My weekend in pictures: November 21

I was held captive by the warmth of my central heating for most of the weekend, but I did escape (reluctantly) to do a very cold and snowy sunrise walk, as well as see two awesome women test out their material at Battersea Arts Centre.  All shot on a Canon 5D Mark 1, with a 28-105mm lens.

Walking toward St Paul's Cathedral on Tate Modern's sunrise walk and breakfast with Royal Society University Research Fellow Lucie Green. The walk was part of the International Year of Light in collaboration with the Institute of Physics.

Walking toward St Paul’s Cathedral on Tate Modern’s sunrise walk and breakfast with Royal Society University Research Fellow Lucie Green. The walk was part of the International Year of Light in collaboration with the Institute of Physics.

Royal Society University Research Fellow Lucie Green holding court.

Royal Society University Research Fellow Lucie Green holding court.

Christmas lights on Watling Street.

Christmas lights on Watling Street.

...and then came the snow.

…and then came the snow.

A steward at Battersea Arts Centre rounds up the audience for Scratch double bill Show Me The Money and How To Die of a Broken Heart.

A steward at Battersea Arts Centre rounds up the audience for Scratch double bill Show Me The Money and How To Die of a Broken Heart.

Paula Varjack in Show Me The Money. Opener of the Scratch double bill at Battersea Arts Centre.

Paula Varjack in Show Me The Money. Opener of the Scratch double bill at Battersea Arts Centre.

Femi Martin (who performed in her own show How To Die of a Broken Heart) talks to the audience.

Femi Martin (who performed in her own show How To Die of a Broken Heart) talks to the audience.

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