I must say, I have nothing to say about Algeria ( The Capital Algiers to be precise), I was there for a couple of days for business, and I thought why not going for a quick stroll around the city. For […]
Of all the streets in London, Baker street would be the one that hold deep in my heart. Simply because, its the street I lived for one months while I was studying at London business school. I grew so fond of the street to a point I memorized every corner and every shop in it. There is nothing special about the street
And here I am again, finding myself taking another go of Camden London. This only shows how exciting the Town is, and indeed every street photographer dream spot. Its so vibrant, so unpredictable and many many interesting characters. What makes it even better, people are photo friendly which makes my job easier.
I have been in London for many times, and despite seeing London eye every time I am there, and taking photos from every possible angle, I never thought I would ever experience riding it. So when London Business School arranged this visit, I was the first one to jump and register.
IF you are a photographer, strike that , if you are a person who appreciate art, serenity, exotic food and busy vibrant streets, this walk (From Regent Park to Camden Lock) via the canal, covers all that and more. It all starts from the famous Regent park, follow the path to Regent canal, and walk across the canal towards Little Venice, take a left turn follow the canal all the way to Camden lock.
I was fortunate to experience both in the last couple of years. And for those who are interested in Safari these two places is a must see.
As a photographer I had to experience both, because you never know whether you would be lucky to see the big five on first attempt.