On an oddly sunny beautiful afternoon in London, I got a chance to step outside the Country 2 Country Festival @ the 02 Arena and go for a walk. Armed with what seemed to be too much per diem, I grabbed my Canon mark iii, 24-70mm, 70-200mm, and started looking for trouble. Ok, it's only street photography, but it sounds edgy.
When our bus pulled in that morning, I immediately noticed an enclosed ski-lift that went across the river. So naturally after a quick breakfast (or should I call it tea?) I spent all the per diem on renting out the entire sky-box to spread out my gear and get a shot where ever I could without knocking over British grandmothers with a 70-200 lens. Besides, I figured if I got ten cool pictures, it would be well worth the $125.
Executive decision made, hope you enjoy.
Now here's where it got a little interesting. After walking a block or so on the other side of the river, I happened to walk upon a convention. Not any convention mind you, but London's own ComicCon.
Being from Atlanta, I knew this meant street photography gold. Here's my first sighting where I knew something was up.
After 30 minutes in my unsuspected photographer's playground, it was time to get to work and head over to the o2 and shoot the press conference, M&G, and show that night for Zac Brown Band.