I think I shall eschew the year-end roundup. The year speaks for itself: six months in Taipei, getting married and shooting some bands I didn’t expect to like Peaches, Sheryl Crow an Arch Enemy. I feel like my photography has come on a lot this year though. I’ve got some pictures that I’d be really happy to have printed large and indeed already have on my wall in A4 size at least.
So instead, here’s our little post-Chrimbo ramble round Camden: along the Canal, down past Camley Street Park, through the St. Pancras churchyard and into the station for a posh coffee. Then, back to Camden on the tube to the ever-present familiarity of Inverness street and the market.
For the geeks, these are all on-camera B/W on the D300 with the 20mm f/2.8 Nikkor. First time with that lens on that body.
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