Lap around the shore

At prospect of visiting my mother’s hometown, my thought was to visit Lake Togo. The lake is the largest part of a lagoon separated from the Atlantic Ocean by a narrow coastal strip. The point where the lake meets the ocean an be clearly seen from the shores of Aneho. Once again I was excited…

Chez Rodin

Standing having to blow candles and being intimidated by all the faces of family and friends staring down at my little frame kneeling at a table trying to blow out the candles on my birthday cake is the last thing I remember from the last birthday I celebrated. I was seven years. To this day,…

City of Arts Couplet

Travel, photography and architecture for me goes hand in hand, so my first to the City of Arts was carefully planned. My stay in Valencia was for five days as it was the only days that I could have off work. The hotel I used on my stay was five mins walk from the City…

Photographing Florence

Florence, the capital of Italy’s Tuscany region is home to many masterpieces of Renaissance art and architecture. One of its most iconic sights is the Duomo, a cathedral with a terracotta-tiled dome engineered by Brunelleschi and a bell tower by Giotto. Florence was the home to the Renaissance. It is in Florence that the new…

Under the Tuscan sun

Whenever I am in a city, whether it is for three, five, a week or even longer, I always take the first couple of days to do a visit/ tour without my camera. I allows me to immerse myself and experience things peacefully and encumbered. Upon my visit of Florence, I did not realise quite…

Florence architecture – Cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore

Even though I spent most of my time in Florence using my 35mm film camera, here’s one of the rare image that I captured using my DSLR. My visit to Florence was early October 2 years ago. I’ve had always wanted to visit Florence. The culture, food and architecture intrigued me. Any time that I…

5 Architectural buildings that I would love to photograph

I’ve never been one of those to see what I can do when I photographs certain buildings but I must say that this has been changing lately. Here are 5 buildings that I’ve come across that I would absolutely love to photograph. 1 – The new Qatar National Museum Architect: Jean Nouvel Year: 2019 Description:…

Heron Quays

The above image is that of the supporting structure of Heron Quays. What attracted me to take this image was the shadows and the reflections cast by the glass railings. I took this shot on my way back from Greenwich. It was an overcast day so the light was not too bad. After a couple…