Monthly Archive: March, 2012

Quick Walk in East London

– Just decided to walk around an area I didn’t know and shoot some photographs, in East London around Bow. –       Advertisements

Rodney Smith’s portfolio

Amazingly original photographer… Check his website out, you will probably be as impressed as I am looking at the wide diversity of his shots.

Sacha Goldberger’s Portfolio

Sacha Golberger is a French photographer who started in 1990 and for sixteen years as a creative director in advertising agencies. He then focused on his own way of photograph things he enjoyed… Continue reading

Lost in Elephant & Castle

– Taking form as an exercise, my photography teacher asked my class to get to an exhibition close to my university, and on the way ( which was lasting approximately 20 minutes )… Continue reading

A bit of street art

– As a big fan of street art, I keep having an eye out on the walls and enjoy the most unusual kind of underground art… I did not take a lot of… Continue reading

Storm & Ice.

– A video representing the very strong storm called Yalta in Ukraine on the 7th, February 2012. Impressive video –

The night bus, where London’s heart truly beats.

– A lovely piece by the London Evening Standard’s Richard Godwin on travelling on a London night bus. Admittedly, you need to be in the right frame of mind to appreciate the London… Continue reading

The serie of murders which terrorised France in March

The lone avenging angel of death aura surrounding Mohamed Merah is beginning to wear thin, even in the French mainstream media. It is extremely doubtful if Merah had anything to do with the… Continue reading

Metronomy – The Bay

I find that video and this music awesome and worth a watch… This is an English very original group which became famous not that long ago. I remember seeing them live last year… Continue reading

A few hours in St. James’s Park.

– A few days ago, as the weather was amazing in London, I decided to have a walk in St. James’s Park with my new camera… Great idea! Walking alone in a park… Continue reading