BlacksmithPro Photography

July 17, 2009

Where I was Born

Filed under: HDRs — Tags: , — BlacksmithPro @ 18:27

This is Priory Road in north west London and the second image is the actual building I was born in oh so many years ago (the basement flat). Passed by here accidentally with a friend on the way to a postal sorting office so when I had to go again I made sure to bring my camera with me to get these.

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4 Comments »

  1. It is a bit of a spooky looking photo.
    It must be stormy in England. It has been very dry here in Texas.

    Comment by burstmode — July 17, 2009 @ 20:23

    • Took these about 5 weeks ago but yeah, a bit. It’s one of the nice things about living in the UK, after any brief period of what most call “nice weather” we get a good old bout of showers which means just before and after the rain there’s much more interesting things going on in the sky than just plain and spotless blue which dynamically I find boring. Thanks for leaving a comment, going to head over to your blog now and leave one for your latest too as I love your macro work.

      Comment by blacksmithpro — July 17, 2009 @ 20:50

  2. These photographs are very atmospheric and as someone has already observed, a little spooky. They have a real cinematic quality. Good quality work from Mike as usual.

    Comment by contribsed — July 23, 2009 @ 14:46

  3. I was skimming across your photos when I saw this large yet magnificent building. Despite the looming ominous weather that hovers above the place of your birth, the beauty of the architecture was what drew me in. It’s as if time had froze just a little bit for you. 🙂

    Comment by A Friend — June 27, 2011 @ 22:37


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