My weekend in pictures: November 7 and 8

A friend recently reminded me how much I miss street photography – and by that I mean just wandering around London with my camera and capturing whatever catches my eye.  So I’ve decided I’m gonna try to do a regular round-up of the things I see (unless I’ve got a horrendous cold and the last thing I’d want to do is gallivant around town).  Thank God, I was fairly healthy this weekend, so mission accomplished.

Here’s a selection of images I shot over the weekend, including The Soho Shebeen Irish Pop-Up Bar, Remembrance Day and a dashing trio of calvarymen riding down The Mall. All shot on a Canon 5D Mark 1 (an oldie but still a goodie!) with a 28-105mm lens.

A bartender puts the finishing touches on an espresso martini, made with Feeney's irish cream liqueur.  Spotted at The Soho Shebeen Irish pop-up, running for one more week on 11-13 November from 5.30pm-10pm. All visitors get their first drink free.

A bartender puts the finishing touches on an espresso martini, made with Feeney’s irish cream liqueur. Spotted at The Soho Shebeen Irish pop-up bar, running for one more week on 11-13 November.

Members of the public pay their respects at the Machine Gun Corps Memorial, Wellington Arch, during a Remembrance Day service.

Members of the public pay their respects at the Machine Gun Corps Memorial, Wellington Arch, during a Remembrance Day service.

A group of friends taking a selfie outside of St Paul's Cathedral.

A group of friends taking a selfie outside of St Paul’s Cathedral.

A street performer prepares for show on the stretch to Millennium Bridge.

A street performer prepares for his show on the stretch to Millennium Bridge.

Pedestrians coming off Millennium Bridge.

Pedestrians coming off Millennium Bridge.

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A trio of calvarymen on The Mall.

 

 

2 thoughts on “My weekend in pictures: November 7 and 8

  1. Lovely photos! (especially the selfie one)!
    Mr B and I went trampolining at Oxygen Freejumping with the kids on Sunday(www.oxygenfreejumping.co.uk), and kicking myself that we didn’t bring a camera..

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