The next place of interest in that part of London is St Pancras station. Deep joy. I certainly know how to live the high life, right? So I entered thinking that, at least, I'd go for my 4736425165 coffee of the day. Upon entering, I drew a gasp. It was beautiful.
The structure at St Pancras station lends itself beautifully to black and white photography. The texture and depth of the design looks ridiculous in colour and even though HDR would probably look good - I honestly cannot bear HDR unless it has lots of contrast and red. And there was not a lot of red for my liking. I know.... freak, right?
Here are 5 shots that I took and 5 shots I was pretty pleased with:
I love the fanning structures here
I don't know why I took pictures of certain areas.
All I know is that the continual and infinite lines drew me in.
Lines in focus
And through the lines............
And then I spent time faffing with a show shutter speed as the chaos of rush hour was in full swing
I didn't plan to take these pictures but I'm pretty pleased that they helped kill one lousy hour out of 7 painful ones.
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