I love visiting places with my camera . Dorothes Lange said ‘A camera is an instrument that helps people to see without a camera’ and this is so true – there are amazing shots to be had every where! I visited Camden last weekend and there was almost too much to look at.
So much colour, so many people.
If you wander a little from the main action there are examples of amazing street art.
The overall effect is amazing but zoom in close to details and you can see different stories unfolding.
Some of the street art is just so amazingly clever. This piece is an example of work by Otto Schade. Camden is well worth a visit but be aware that Sunday is incredibly busy.
Today is my birthday! I deliberately didn’t book any work so Tony and I went to Sheffield for coffee and a wander. There is a new #Phlegm piece of art above the bookshop Rare and Racy where Tony bought 4 more American Civil War books! Now waiting for my favourite young man to arrive x
‘Art is not what you see it’s what you make others see’ Degas
The end of an era! I love walking around Sheffield taking images of the Street art there – unfortunately one of the squares which had some amazing work has been demolished – only one piece remains – so sad!
The above image has had the filter ‘Lucis Art’ added via Photoshop – this creates an HDR effect without going over the top. It works well on buildings