London In Motion
Life in London is fast-paced. You can blink and miss seeing about ten things that just happened. Seriously, this is true.
As I was once told by a shopkeeper in Soho, everyone in London is tired. It’s no wonder because the day ends before you know it begins. Take a wild journey tho’ London with this fun video which shows various areas of London. The video includes St Paul’s Cathedral, numerous London Underground platforms with subway trains in motion, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Oxford Circus, busy Oxford Street, Westminster Abbey, Battersea Power Station, Chelsea Bridge and so much more. All of the sights are packed into a one minute video.
It is no secret I am easily entertained. It is also no secret I am fascinated with London at night. Marry the two and you’ll find me stuck in the middle of the road capturing London light streams and everything in motion. It all began when I learned photography and my penchant for photographing light streams (lights from cars as they drive by) never diminished. Thanks, Rupert Truman for teaching this little trick to me.
From Piccadilly Circus to St Paul’s Cathedral, Haymarket Street and onto Trafalgar Square, then Battersea Power Station. You’ll find everything moves fast in the city. The video also takes you to London Underground then back up to Oxford Street.
No wonder everyone in London is tired, but can you really be tired of London?
I will be offering a London in Motion photography workshop soon. If you are interested, please sign up for my mailing list and I’ll notify you of dates and pricing.
Included below are a few London light stream photos ::