Most Expensive

10 years ago the most expensive photo ever sold turned out to be a somewhat dull photo of some grass and sky? No? Well the check out the link below: Andreas Gursky’s Rhein II So, I was thinking if that abstract photo can fetch nearly $5,000,000 then why can’t one of my pictures? Here’s one …

Bubbles in Teal

Water provides so many unique opportunities for creating abstract shapes, here’s another one (I promise not to fixate on water-based images for too much longer)…

Blue Beach Hut

Land based beach huts are an evolution of the old Victorian wheeled bathing machines that they used to drive into the sea. The huts sprang up in the mid-to-late 19th Century in England, Australia, France, Italy, and South Africa. These days beach huts can be quite expensive, one sold in England in 2020 for £330,000! …

Pods

I’m sure you recognise this iconic architectural structure, even if this shot only contains a sliver of its full, circular shape? It is, of course, the London Eye.