Until the middle of the nineteenth century, Rotterdam was a modest town in the shadow of Dordrecht, Delft and Schiedam. The dam in the river Rotte, from which the city took its name was built around 1270. The railway links … Continue reading
During the Open House weekend held every year in London many of the cities buildings are opened up to the public, giving a rare opportunity to see inside. I queued up early on the sunday morning to get inside the … Continue reading
I stopped off at Guildford Cathedral on the way back to London a couple of weeks ago, and wondered why I hadn’t done so before. Here are a couple of shots which I took with a 24mm Shift lens and stitched together 3 frames on each.
I spent five days in Berlin last month, a city that has been on my list for a long time. After the devastation caused by Allied bombing during the second world war, much of the city was rebuilt with a … Continue reading
The interior of the Aya Sofya (or Hagia Sophia as it is known in the west) is a building I’ve been looking forward to photographing for years. Originally built as a Greek Orthodox church in the sixth century, later a … Continue reading
I had a little bit of free time last week to wonder the streets of Hamburg as night fell, using my recently acquired Nikon PC-E 24mm shift lens to photograph the architecture of the Hafencity district.