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USS Sulaco by Turnipfarmer

Waterloo Underground Station, London, England – http://ift.tt/V5qrF7

An old photo this one but one to add to my ‘Conception Fabrication’ architectural series. I quite like the interesting shapes and the face at the end of the tunnel of this fabrication that I have done. Its such aa good way to edit a photo that you would not have edited via conventional means, I have probably got enough now to put into a gallery which I will do in due course.

You may have noticed that I have decided to tidy up and streamline my description on my flickr uploads as I feel sometimes the story of my photo can be lost within all the other information I have provided, do you agree or did you prefer the old way?

Fear not, don’t worry my little story behind each photo will remain as I know a lot of you like this part of my photos and of course I enjoy this part the most!

Let me know what you think and if you want me to go back to the old way.

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Warp Speed Mr Sulu by Turnipfarmer

Adams Place Elevated Walkway (Canary Wharf Crossrail Bridge), London, England – http://bit.ly/1FZgNen

nother from this fabulous elevated walkway or really a bridge in my eyes. I have done this to add to my ‘Conception Fabrication’ series, I couldn’t resist in doing this edit on it as I wanted to try something different on what is already a photographed place even though it has only been open a couple month. To me it looks like two rockets boosters or warp nacelles if your into your Star Trek :-).

I really can’t wait to see the other stations of the Crossrail project, if this is anything to go by I am sure they won’t disappoint!

Fingers crossed they will be in the next Open House London that is coming up this September which as always I am really looking forward to.

Anyone else planning on going?

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X Fighter Command by Turnipfarmer

Adams Place Elevated Walkway (Canary Wharf Crossrail Bridge), London, England – http://bit.ly/1FZgNen

The hippest place to photograph in London at the moment! I think most of you will know where this is but for those who don’t its the brand new elevated walkway over Adams Place taking to you to the new Crossrail station (not open yet), this bridge only opened a month or so a go so as you can imagine its popular with photographers.

Whilst in London the other week I couldn’t resist in visiting this stunning looking structure and what makes it even more interesting for me is that its designed by Sir Norman Foster, I am a big fan of his and there is a lot of buildings in London now designed by him.

I really enjoyed editing this photo, its one of them photos that seem to edit well and I have many idea of doing another few different edits to this photo, I might do a triptych at some point.

As you can see there is a chap at the end of the bridge which I quite liked as an addition to the photo and believe it or not he came up to me and apologised for being in my photo but I thanked and said it was no problem. Not long after another guy came up to me and said how great it is this station and how Canary Wharf was proud to have something like this, whats happened in Canary Wharf? People are not generally this polite to photographers here but keep it up Canary Wharf, I like this new you!!

Have a great Monday!

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The Mad Hatter’s Labyrinth by Turnipfarmer

Embankment Underground Station, London, England – http://bit.ly/1FZgNen

One for my ‘Conception Fabrication’ collection, this is one of the tunnels at Embankment Tube Station but its my interpretation of it and hope you like it.

I hadn’t visited this station in a few years as it was undergoing a major refurbishment and to my astonishment they had got rid of the dark blue tiles that lined this tunnel and replaced them with a cream coloured version which in my opinion I don’t like and look horrid! The blue tiles I felt gave the station character although it did make it a little dingy in places which I suppose is why they got rid of them and I got to thank those cream tiles as it made the job easier in creating this high key feel.

Hope you are all having a great day and many thanks for your comments on my photo yesterday.

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The View from my Favourite Armchair by Turnipfarmer

Bank-Monument Underground Station, London, England – http://bit.ly/1FZgNen

Busy weekend just gone for me. On Saturday I was busy photographing a wedding with fellow Mark Hepples, got some good photos too and also gave me the chance to try out the awesome Sony A7S which we both hired out! May share a couple of photos with you all sometime.

Anyway, this is an old photo and reworked photo. One of my favourite stations on the London Underground network to photograph although I am sure people who use it on a daily basis for commuting would probably disagree with me as it does get horrendously busy at peak times and often platforms have to be closed off until crowding eases!

Luckily I got a quiet day when I took this photo, something that doesn’t happen very often. I am planning on going down to London this week sometime all being well and looking forward to getting some photos of the new tunnel at Canary Wharf Crossrail station and also at the same time get my new medium format Film camera serviced whilst I down there too.

I hope you are all having a stunning Monday.

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The Rift by Turnipfarmer

Wellcome Collection, London, England – http://bit.ly/1FZgNen

Whilst I am still working through my Venice images I thought I would share with you all an image I took at the start of the year, the opening of the brand new staircase at the Wellcome Collection.

This staircase didn’t fail to disappoint and I really enjoyed taking photos of it, the staff even encouraged it so big thumbs up there!

Not the easiest of staircases to photograph as I would have liked to get in the middle of centre part of the staircase to look directly up but I am sure me clambering around aa brand new staircase may not go down to well ;-).

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