Foggy London

Sometimes the weather doesn't let you do what you really want to.  I'd found a fabulous vantage point and was aiming to get some nice shots of Westminster at sunset.  So what happens?  As soon as I get up there and set up, the fog rolls in......and what a stroke of luck that turned out to be!

I may not have got the shots I wanted but what I did get was far, far better -  the wonderful sight of dense fog engulfing one of London's great landmarks.  Thank you weather!

Sunsets happen every day, but such atmospheric conditions happen only rarely and I feel fortunate to have captured this and other striking images.  London' famous 'pea souper' fogs don't actually happen very often but it's still a famous image dating back to Victorian times.

A big thank you to Visit London for featuring this image on their Facebook page.

As with all my London and Places images, this is available as a print or canvass - please get in touch via the Contact Me page to discuss options.

Thanks for reading,


Nice to be tweeted by The Guardian!

A pleasant surprise on my Twitter feed earlier today.

One of my images has been tweeted out by The Guardian no less, as part of their Witness photography collections.

Here's the image:


And here's the link:

The theme of the Witness collections is "cricket" and the image was one i captured during a T20 match at The Oval in South London.

Thank you @Guardian and @GuardianWitness