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Form And Shape: Canary Wharf In Photos A Convergence Of Glass And Steel

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One can’t help but look up when stood beneath these gigantic, towering edifices – tributes to business and finance, a statement of our desire to reach from the gutter to the stars. They rise in a symphony of steel and glass. They are often immersed in clouds and fog, their lights acting as beacons on the night skyline, for everyone …

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Photo Story: Street Bouche Strasbourg Street Food and Art Combine In Port du Rhin

In France, Photography by Nick NomiLeave a Comment

An hour’s walk away from Strasbourg’s tourist-filled La Petite France is a long forgotten industrial estate that is slowly becoming a new hub for cultural activity in Strasbourg. Home to the broken shells of old breweries, empty roads and a working dockyard – the area is generally abandoned for much of the week, and for now it’ll stay that way …

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Morning Mist Over Lake Annecy

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I walked across the Avenue d’Albigny towards the mountains and the lake and noticed the frost that wrapped itself around blades of grass as a glistening shroud. Le Pâquier was almost empty save for a few cold souls in the distance. It was 8am, the market would be waking the townsfolk with the scents of Savoy cheeses and salty bundles …

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Jesus On A Stick | London Finding Jesus On Oxford Circus

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Gas, buttered corn and perfume intoxicating the olfactory senses, a hundred different languages, the grind of traffic and the occasional ranting of a preacher assaulting the ears. The turmoil of Oxford Circus. The crowds push into Selfridges from the queue at the door that gradually reaches the commuters and shoppers culminating at Bond Street Tube – every entrance a maddening …

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Travel Photo: Alsacienne Rooftop

In Europe, France, Photography by Nick NomiLeave a Comment

We’ve just arrived in the Alsace region of France and are somewhat flabbergasted by everything that we see. After a year in and out of Florence, surrounded by the renaissance and bearing witness to the burying of its treasures under a sea of international students and selfie-stick sellers, there could be no better escape than this beautiful, tranquil, and green …