|60 second exposure|
|250 limited edition prints|
|10 artist’s proofs|
Standing on the banks of the River Thames first thing in the morning is a great time for reflection.
Yes, I was there on a mission – to capture the sun rising over Tower Bridge, with the Tower of London off to the left in the background – but watching the city slowly transition from night to day was a very cool experience. The famous buildings that make up the financial district started turning their lights out, one-by-one; traffic slowly began to move as the clock turned 5:30am; early morning joggers took to the streets in their luminous protective clothing, and the bridge itself slowly started to transition from its nighttime light-show into its full glory for the day ahead.
Watching all this happen around me, I actually failed to notice for a brief moment that the sun hadn’t actually appeared. Granted, it was “up there” (somewhere) but the clouds had kept it from bringing the reds, oranges and yellows I was hoping for. So, what to do? Well, when life gives you blues, shoot blues
Location: London, England
Sizes available up to 3m / 10ft – for custom sizing, please contact the studio