Title: Going Underground
Location: Holborn Station, London
Camera: Canon EOS 100D / 18-135mm EF-S f3.5-5.6 IS STM
Extras: Gorillapod / Self-Timer
Notes: On the tube after dinner out with friends from work. Monica is hiding under her hat, Lawrence is yawning his head off in the reflection above my head!
Today’s PAD: Day #2506
Title: On The Tube
Location: Barbican Station
Camera: GoPro Hero 3+ Black
Extras: Tiny Magnetic Gorillapod / GoPro App
Notes: I had to go to London today, but thankfully not during the rush hour. The Hammersmith & City line was quite civilized at half ten in the morning.
Today’s PAD: Day #2481
Title: Waiting Ages For A Train
Location: Westminster Tube Station, London
Camera: Canon EOS 100D / 18-55mm EF f/3.5-5.6 IS STM
Extras: Wireless Remote
Notes: I was back in London today for work. I’m not sure why, but I always seem to have to wait at least 20 minutes for a Circle Line train at Westminster in the evening. I sat there while half a dozen District Line services came and went. Not what you want at the end of a long, hot day and you just want to get home.
Today’s PAD: Day #2390
Title: Which Way To The Trains?
Location: South Kenton, London
Camera: Canon EOS 5D MkIII / 17-40mm EF f/4 L USM
Extras: None / Handheld
Notes: I decided today I would finally start a project which has been on the To Do List for literally years – explore all the stations on the London Underground network, and photograph them Underground and Overground. The first line to tackle was the Bakerloo Line. So I headed to the furthest reaches – Harrow & Wealdstone – to begin. This selfie was at the second station, South Kenton, as I made my way to the station entrance via the underpass foot tunnel. Which way to the trains?
Today’s PAD: Day #2205