Thursday, 9 June 2011

Central London details


We rarely take time to admire details surrounding us. This is true for both - nature and urban areas.


When walking in old city centers it usually isn't too hard to spot some true gems. Central London is no exception.
Both of these photos were taken during a short stroll down the Oxford street.


Usually stopping for a moment is all it takes to notice an interesting detail or two. If the lighting is right and you happen to have your camera within the reach, you are very close to making some nice photos.


I think we should all stop, take a deep breath, and enjoy the moment a bit more often. This is not always very easy to do, but trust me - it is usually well worth the effort.

4 comments:

Duncan D. Horne 9 June 2011 at 07:21  

Yes, you're right, it's very easy to miss all the small beauties whilst looking at the normal things.

Duncan In Kuantan

Emm 9 June 2011 at 17:40  

100% agreed! Urban areas are so rich in details and you can find treasures going back hundreds of years in most of Europe, if not thousands. I love picking up on the details in this city.

Daniel Murillo Mir 10 June 2011 at 15:12  

Totally agree too. I have to recognize that I admire your blog. I like SO much.

Congratulations!

Gremo!!!

Travel Photo Blogging 10 June 2011 at 15:19  

Thanks guys!

I hope you'll get many opportunities to take a deep breath, take a look around and admire the world as often as possible. :)

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