Had a visitor to my office today – he did not say a word. I had to eat him therefore.
See the world through the eyes of a child. I wish I could. But then I think looking through the eyes of a child is probably not a twee, cosy or easy experience. It can be unsettling, uncomfortable, edgy…
There are some grim and rough places around London. Of course East London but also close to the centre, Elephant & Castle where the infamous Haygate Estate is located, is a candidate and this is where the photo was taken. Only the toughest London photographers go there… You might wanna check out as well: Colliers …
A somewhat diabolic looking guy at the World Naked Bike Ride London 2011 (WNBR)
This fly macro photo shows visitor to my house. Feel free to use it a fly wallpaper.
I took this picture – basically 945 years after the battle of Hastings. If you want to know what what happened in 1066 click here.
White Lillies are some of the most interesting flowers to photograph. So pure and innocent with a downright elegant shape.
The image shows Arianna V. in Brockwell Park, London. The sky is underexposed and Arianna is lit by a flash.
It’s waiting in the dark. You can’t have it all, the increased macro magnification comes at the expense of depth-of-field – but you can play with it.
A young contender at the World Naked Bike Ride London 2011 (WNBR). Taken at Hyde Park.
Another picture of the World Naked Bike Ride 2011. Two men felt so well, free and alive (or other undisclosed reasons) being naked that they started dancing and shaking a ‘leg’
World Naked Bike Ride 2011: Coming to a City near You? Hailed as “the world’s biggest naked protest,” the World Naked Bike Ride is staging events in 70 cities and 20 countries across the globe. This picture was taken at the London Naked Bike Ride 2011 starting in Hyde Park.
I bought this wooden mask in Peru 2001 – its rather ugly but it’s ancient. One can’t throw away these things, one would feel guilty.
This water buffalo photo shows an asian water buffalo, found in Vietnam. I heard they produce some great water buffalo milk, water buffalo yogurt and even water buffalo mozzarella!
A macro insect is always tricky – lots of camera shake going on. The size of the water drops give you the idea of how small the fly was. This was taken in my back garden, unfortunately the season for macro photographing bugs is rather early (rarely to see and still quite small – looking …
Metal park bench in Battersea Park, London.