WINGING IT
I had a great day yesterday. First I went to visit our new newstrade distributors out in Dagenham (and I’ll know later today about some big news regarding where this summer’s TRIPWIRE Annual will be carried) but I also drove to Canary Wharf with Andy, who had never seen it before. I have worked a lot near Canary Wharf and in Docklands, so I have gotten used to the scale of it. It is like a small city plonked in the east of London. But Andy was struck by the size, ambition and power of it. It’s funny how seeing through someone else’s eyes gives you a different perspective. I took quite a few photos there and the light was absolutely perfect. It’s also the first time I’ve been back there since I used Docklands as the first place I used the SLR and I think the photos I took were better than the ones I shot back in November. Here’s a few for you…






LONDON’S DOCKLANDS
I know I said I’d post the second part of my Brum report and I will (on Saturday). But this week I’ve been working at the Independent, which is in South Quay, about a 10 minute walk from Canary Wharf. Docklands is a strange place: they’re still developing it and so here are some shots, of them building two massive towers, called Pan Peninsula, a boat in the quay during the day and at night and a couple of random shots. The bright weather has gone for the moment and it feels properly like Winter now…