Exhibition Picture 9 – A Splash of Oxford Circus

Exhibition Picture 9 - A Splash of Oxford Circus

Today’s post is the ninth picture from our range that is currently on display in Peterborough Museum.

The post today is called A Splash of Oxford Circus – a picture from our splash of colour range.

Although I’ve said it before about some of my pictures I do have to say that this one is again one of my favourite pictures.

However it’s not to everyone’s taste as we found out yesterday at a craft fair we were at! We had a visitor to our stall who was very vocal about how pictures like this ‘made her blood boil’ as it ‘isn’t what you see down the lens.’ She then announced that she was a photographer from National Geographic but personally I think she was just someone who needed to get out more 🙂

Oh well, you can’t please everyone – onwards and upwards!

If you’d like to see more of our work that drives ‘proper photographers’ mad just click on the picture and you’ll be taken to the page on our website where our exhibition pictures are. Grab a drink, take a look and have a seethe – just try to enjoy!


London Calling – Revisited

London Calling - Revisited

A little while ago I did a post called London Calling. It was basically this picture but in full colour.

Since then, I received a request to do this picture as one of my Splash of Colour Range. I don’t know why I hadn’t thought if this before – all I can say in my defence is, I can’t think of everything!

Even if I do say so myself, I think the result is rather striking and it is now safely on sale sale on our website.

If you’d like to take a look at the rest of the Splash of Colour Range then simply click on the picture and you’ll be taken to the relevant page on our website.

London Calling

London Calling

Today’s post is another one from the archives and is called London Calling. I took this about a year ago on one of my visits to London and as it was a pretty standard image I gave it a HDR makeover.

I know that to some it may just be a picture of a telephone box but it has became such an iconic image that I couldn’t resist sharing it.

To see more of my work please click on the picture and you’ll be taken to my website.