Monday, January 15, 2007

Trafalger Square and King George IV


I was in Trafalgar Square with my Leica M6 and 35mm F2.0 lens and took this rather uninspiring photo of the statue of King George IVth, when I noticed the light was changing and in particular bouncing off a hoarding behind it, leaving it as a stark silhouette amidst a slowly darkening square.

As one moved further away, the horse took less and less space against the hoarding and resulted in my going home full of anticipation for the results.

I think they ended up, just as I had visualised them and have a slightly magical feel to them.

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posted by stefan lubo at Monday, January 15, 2007

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