Posts Tagged ‘Battersea’

I decided to experiment a bit more with infrared photography and have taken this shot in Clapham Common Park in London today. I have used a long exposure of around 5 minutes to capture this shot. Since the sun was not too strong at the time, the photograph has some extra noise, but I think it just adds to the character of the image.

I had the pleasure to go on a helicopter sightseeing tour of London yesterday with the London Helicopter centre in Redhill Surrey. The trip was taken with a AS 350 Squirrel. With 140 mph top speed we reached London in just a few minutes to fly along the River Thames giving me some opportunities to make use of my camera. The weather could have been better, as most of central London was covered in mist, covering the glass of the helicopter. However I still managed to get some quite nice shots of famous locations such as Battersea Power Station, Houses of Parliament, London Eye and the City of London with its skyscrapers. I have added a few images to my galleries.

Just got back from the London Freeze, a London Snowboard, Ski and Music Festival. They built a 35 meter high ramp with a length of 100 meters, from which spectators can get nice and close to the Best in Snowboarding and Skiing. If you would like to see a few more images, please click on the image below

London-Freeze Ramp

A HDR image of the completely deserted Battersea Sports ground.


We took a lovely walk in the sunshine yesterday afternoon strolling along the riverbed of the Thames. Amazing what we found: From pottery to bones that looked very much like the femur of a human being to a very well kept old claypipe.



Below a panoramic photo I took at the place I found the pipeBattersea river walk