August 07, 2012

London Noir












21 comments:

Rebecca / Sanctuary said...

I just adore your London images x

Silvia La Gata Con Botas said...

I loooove all your photos!!! Have you thought about teaching photography online? I would jump on board right now ;)

Bethany said...

Good grief! Your photos are so beautiful.

I've already wanted to visit London quite badly and this does nothing to help with that! :)

Caitlin said...

You've captured some old magic there :)

Lady in Red said...

Love these... makes me a little nostalgic lol. I need to go back to London for a visit :)

Victoria said...

2, 6, and 7 are my favorites tonight!

Rhianne said...

oh these are beautiful, I miss London

Michelle said...

Your photographs are so beautiful.

Erin Madsen said...

I absolutely love these.

Eleonora Festari said...

Great! Not the same "postcard" pictures of London, but somethingh new and interesting.
Plus, I love your choice for black & white.

dick edmond said...

Great photography, the photos you have added in this post, they are looking wonderful, you have very nice collection of lighting effected photography, i just want to say thanks for sharing these great images.

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Preeti said...

Wow! How do you do it? These images really evoke a bygone time! As always, stunning.

Aysh said...

What do you use to edit your pictures? You do a wonderful job, the pictures look amazing!

neenaarr said...

aw lovely pictures. What camera do you use?

Neena

neenaarr said...

p.s. you've got a picture of my office!

muthusamy yadhavan said...

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Barbara said...

these are great!! i love how the b&w suits so well :)

myrtle said...

Great! Just stumbled upon your blog. Really wonderful images.=D

bigone said...

This is truly gorgeous - how do you process your black and whites Tai Game Bigone

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