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Street of the world Outdoor Photography Exhibition.

FROM JEROEN SWOLFS

Dutch photographer Jeroen Swolfs spent seven years travelling the world and photographing the street life of 195 capital cities.

The result is Streets of the World, an amazing outdoor exhibition of 195 photo prints, a positive visual story of human connection and an intriguing glimpse of everyday life around the globe. Travel through the continents of Asia, Africa, North and South America, Europe and Oceania as you make your way through the exhibition at Canary Wharf and gain a fascinating insight into how our fellow humans live today.

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Summers here

I love summer – even when its too hot to sleep. This year so far its not been bad. Not enough summers storms though. I love thunder and lightning. Still one of my ambitions to to photograph a lightning strike.  This is the new Grandstand bar and summer screen in Canada Square Park, Canary Wharf. 

Grab your ice creams while Wimbledon is still on !!!

Finally feels like spring has sprung – Blue skies and blossoms

I had to pop out this morning with the camera and on the way back to the office decided that it was too beautiful a morning to miss. Spent a little while in Jubilee Park, Canary Wharf. Love this park its only 2 minutes from the office and is always popular. Sun was out, people were in their shirt sleeves and the blossoms are on the trees. I am not a winter lover so when spring comes along it makes me very happy. 

 

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Remembrance Trail – Canary Wharf

There is currently an art exhibition at Canary Wharf featuring pieces remembering the sacrifice and service of members of the armed forces. I love that Canary Wharf commissioned and own these artworks.

Well worth a trip.

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Been away for a few days – Up t’North

Will do a more detailed (well more photos at least) entry soon, but had a few days up in Liverpool and Newcastle, it would be rude not to visit the Rusty Angel.

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Not your everyday photo experience – Aerial Photography SE London

I had my first experience of Aerial Photography yesterday and have to say. I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was Cold, windy and bumpy but still great fun and even managed to get some shots that were in focus.  My door was closed so I had to shoot through a plastic window but actually like the photography of Peter sitting by the open door.

 

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