60163 Tornado at Paddington

While we were living in London last year, a relative mentioned to me that a modern steam locomotive had been built in the UK and was running on the main lines sometimes. I looked it up, and found out about the amazing LNER Peppercorn Class A1 60163 Tornado, including the fact that it was scheduled […]

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Anselm Kiefer, Walhalla

Bit late on this post, but there was an excellent Anselm Kiefer installation/exhibition at a Southwark gallery in London recently. After I was done enjoying it, I went back around to try and capture some of the feel of it. All shots from my iPhone, processed with Darkroom or RNI Films. (fun sidebar: there’s also […]

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Fire Garden

As part of the commemoration of the Great Fire of London, 350 years ago this year, there was an amazing fire garden in front of the Tate Modern this weekend. We went last night, and it was incredible. There’s also a projection on the dome of St Paul’s, and an unrelated but also great floating […]

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Day Out in London

I thought I’d show a collection from Instagram here, of a day out in London, in order to record them in a more permanent and ordered fashion. I’ve been experimenting with the Darkroom app for iOS now that VSCO got an iffy UI, and enjoying it. It’s got a better UI than Snapseed and seems […]

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Oxford Botanic Gardens

I took my iPhone lens attachments to the Oxford Botanic Gardens and had some fun with macro flowers. It’s actually quite tricky; depth of field is tiny, and if there’s even a light breeze, getting the focus right is quite hard. Regardless, I got some nice shots. Edited with Snapseed on the iPhone.

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Micro-creation catch-up

View this post on Instagram Snowy night. #paper #microcreation A post shared by Benedict Singer (@benedictsinger) on Feb 25, 2016 at 7:42pm PST View this post on Instagram Bottom of the laptop stand I stare at every day. #microcreation A post shared by Benedict Singer (@benedictsinger) on Feb 26, 2016 at 6:27pm PST

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