A NEW SENSE OF FOCUS
At last, after almost two months, I got my 18-55 lens back from Jessops and the strange thing is that because it’s half the weight of my 18-108mm, it feels like I don’t even have a camera with me. So on Thursday, I took a walk down to The Strand to do a couple of things, armed with the repaired old lens and the light was crisp, so I shot quite a few images around Covent Garden and Bloomsbury (just for a change :)). It felt a little strange because I used to walk around Covent Garden when Time was on Waterloo Bridge and now Time is a place I’m not likely to work for again because they’ve cut right back on staff and work. So here are a few photos from Covent Garden and Bloomsbury including the Masons building, Piano’s shopping centre in St Giles which is coming along and a few other places…






EVEN MORE PICTURES
Having the SLR is a little bit like when I first bought my digital camera, only more so. So since I’ve been out and about the last couple of days in the West End, here are some more photos (in two parts): BT Tower from two different views, church on Shaftesbury Avenue, Habitat on Tottenham Court Road and the Masons headquarters on Great Queen Street…