Tag Archives: Architectural Photography

February Sunset

February Sunset

The evenings are finally starting to get a little brighter – today was the first time in 2011 that I left the office in daylight, and just in time to catch this sunset reflected in the glass buildings at the Arundel Gate roundabout. The photo … Read More

Berwick upon Tweed

Berwick-upon-Tweed

We stopped off in Berwick on our way to Edinburgh, and on another day the shots would have been much more vibrant and interesting – boo for flat, grey light! This is a shot of the Royal Border Bridge, whose 28 arches were built under … Read More

Madrid

Madrid

My only foreign holiday of the year (sob!), is a girly mini-break to Madrid with my mum and two sisters. They are certainly not as patient as my Other Half at waiting about for me to get the perfect shot (there are restaurants and bars … Read More

London 2010

The British Museum

A girly weekend away in London to watch Dirty Dancing – The Musical. I didn’t take a camera with me, but I did have my iPhone and used it to snap this of the British Museum’s iconic roof during a bit of sightseeing. See more … Read More

Sheffield Wheel

The Sheffield Wheel

Sheffield has a new attraction in the form of The Sheffield Wheel. Located at the top of Fargate, it promises panoramic views across the city. I’m yet to ride on it, but managed to grab a snap of Mary the Buffer Girl working in its … Read More

Kelham Island

Kelham Island

A sunny summers day in Sheffield and I decided to take the camera out for a walk around Kelham Island. This partially-cobbled and newly double-yellowed lane is Cotton Street. There was originally a cotton mill on the site (hence the name!), but in 1829 the … Read More

Singapore

Singapore

The final city of my trip – Singapore. This image pretty much sums it up – the traditional Asian architecture dwarfed by Western culture. I’d like to explore Asia – and “proper” Asia, not Singapore, Bangkok etc. but I’m ready to go home now. I’ve … Read More

Kelham Island

Kelham Island

Having recently moved to the area, I took my little Point & Shoot on a trip around Kelham Island. There’s a huge amount of industrial heritage in the area and I look forward to exploring it further. These steel sculptures are located close to Globe … Read More