LONDON B&W

What a lot of fun to wander around the city of London with a little, inconspicuous camera…

© John Lovett 2018

 

© John Lovett 2018

 

Big Red Bus

© John Lovett 2018

 

© John Lovett 2018

 

 

 

© John Lovett 2018

 

© John Lovett 2018

 

© John Lovett 2018

 

© John Lovett 2018

© John Lovett 2018

 

Brompton Cemetery

© John Lovett 2018

 

Victoria and Albert Museum

© John Lovett 2018

 

Royal Albert Hall

© John Lovett 2018

 

The Royal Box RAH

© John Lovett 2018

 

Lunch at the Hop Pole

© John Lovett 2018

© John Lovett 2018

 

 

Earl’s Court Station

© John Lovett 2018

 

Tate Modern

© John Lovett 2018

 

Small patch of sun – St. Paul’s Cathedral

© John Lovett 2018

 

Boats on the Thames

© John Lovett 2018

© John Lovett 2018

12 thoughts on “LONDON B&W

    • Hi Marianne,
      I have just started using a Panasonic GX9. My big full frame Canon with a couple of lenses was a real back breaker when traveling. The new Panasonic is less than 1/4 the weight and has a coverage from 24 – 600 using two fairly small lenses – very happy with it.
      Cheers
      John

  1. Your pictures are phenomenal. I have always thought one sees so much more of a scene in a black and white image because the artist had to put more thought into composing that picture. One needs to look for textures, contrast and subject matter—something that is going to grab the viewer’s attention or they won’t bother to look at it for more than a second. Thank you so much for sharing your talent and skill with us.

  2. Absolutely fabulous set of B&W photos of my favourite City. Proof indeed that the BIG DSL camera has passed its use-by-date when travelling! U3A Mornington (Jan Oliver colleague
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