Houghton House, Bedfordshire. May 2013.
“When Light Touches Lens” is Louise Badawi’s first published work. Featuring a selection of images from this blog as well as new, previously unseen photographs, the book is a photographic anthology of her travels with a camera. Printed on premium 148gsm paper with linen covers and a dust jacket, the book will make a fabulous …
the title of this post alludes, obviously, to Lewis Carroll, one of the most famous alumni of Christ Church, Oxford where this shot was taken. approaching Tom Quad, Christ Church, Oxford. October 2012.
The Albert, 52 Victoria Street, London. built in 1862 and named after Queen Victoria’s husband, the Prince Consort, the pub has survived the Blitz and 1960’s redevelopment remaining virtually in its original form and stands today in stark contrast to the modern skyscrapers that loom menacingly over it. November 2012.
keeping warm as the cold nights creep in. October 2012.
on a recent day trip to The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, the juxtaposition of straight lines and curves, light and shadow created by the Sackler Crossing really caught my eye. September 2012 Sackler Crossing
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. September 2012.