Street Photography: Four Seasons @ 10 Trinity Sq

I pass this great building everyday on my way to and from work. 

Last night on my way home the Four Seasons was looking very different. Very Red. perhaps they were getting in the mood for Valentine's Day on Wednesday. In fact I'll ask and later confirm it on this post. 

I was in two minds whether to show you the building in red. So I thought no, I'll wait till it's Valentine's day, however you can check out my Instagram Story (before it runs our) for the original shot.   For now here it is below in glorious black and white. 

 

iPhone 7 Plus, ISO: 160, Focal Length: 3.99mm, f/1.8

iPhone 7 Plus, ISO: 160, Focal Length: 3.99mm, f/1.8

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Buildings, buildings, buildings

Some of you may know I tend to spend most of my non planned weekends wondering around Canary Wharf and the Docklands.  It's one of my favourite places to go in London. 

Despite what people think, Canary Wharf is surprisingly lively over the weekend. Nothing like West End, Shoreditch, Camden and the likes but there are lots of bars and restaurants, squares and outdoor events.  

Apart from all that Canary Wharf (and most places in London) is a great spot for street photography and architectural photography. 

One Canada Square below is one impressive and tall building. All metal and glass that displays some impressive reflections.   

 

Street Photography: Moody Saturday

On one of my usual Saturday afternoon walks around Canary Wharf, London. I took the chance to have a go at low light Photography. Thankfully with today's weather the conditions were perfect.  

Taken on iPhone 7 Plus  

Taken on iPhone 7 Plus  

Here is another below which caught my eye.

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