No, not referring to any financial/investment practices sorry…
Over the holidays while it was sunny yet quiet in the City of London, I walked about with my long lens (70-200mm). It made a nice change from how I usually photograph architecture – ie. on a tripod with a super-wide lens using extra lighting (though I love that too).
The long lens is great for compressing different elements and going for abstract, minimalist shapes.
Whatever one’s opinion of Rafael Viñoly’s ’20 Fenchurch Building’ a.k.a. the ‘Walkie Talkie Building’, it makes for a great study in abstract curves and lines!
Most of these places and viewpoints will be obvious to those who have been to London, but feel free to comment or ask questions!
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