A series of photographs of the Regent’s Canal and area around Saint Pancras and Kings Cross in London, England.
As with other recent projects the images have been composed with shallow depth of field and telephoto lens to convey the details of the scene, giving an impression of the whole, as well as compressing the scenes to alter the sense of scale.
Black and white has been used for most of the images so as not to distract from the forms of the scenes however colour has been retained where this enhances the composition.
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