The Russian metro, or Underground system as we call it here in London, is the world’s most beautiful transport network. Built in the Soviet era as a subterranean ornate network for citizens to enjoy on their travels. The Moscow Metro … Continue reading →
Russia had been on my list for a long time, and finally made it in November 2019. I had 1 week and did the classic St Petersburg and modern Moscow, taking the Sapsang bullet train between the two iconic cities.
2 days in September exploring the sights of the Austrian capital city Vienna. I was particularly looking to photograph the architecture, from the old and classical such as the Austrian National Library and Opera Houses, to the modern Vienna University … 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 →
From Laos we headed south across the mountains, en route to Ko Samui, for one night in Bangkok. A city I’d been to a previous occasions, but had never managed to get much photographic return from this South east Asian … Continue reading →