I Think His Name Was Andy by Paul Davey

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Exerpt from my blog

“…I found, just off Brick lane, some derelict Victorian buildings. One had a Rickshaw cycle type thing dangling from its upper railings. I could not isolate it the way I wanted to but took some shots anyway before moving round to the front of the building.

Moving round to the front, I was setting up my tripod when the front door of one of the crumbling houses opened, revealing a tall thin man and a short, (very short) dumpy old woman. I was a bit surprised – I had a hunch that the building was occupied, thanks to the notices to the bailiffs informing them of the rights of the current occupiers. But I never expected one of the squatters to be an old lady of seventy-something. She seemed very friendly and intelligent and started to tell me the history of the area and the buildings. I asked her if I could take her picture, but she declined, offering her ‘son’ as a subject instead, before toddling off along the cobbled street towards Brick Lane…"

Canon EOS 10D
Sigma 15-30mm @30mm
1/45th sec @f9.5
Manfrotto Tripod with 488 Ball head
No Flash


  • BigD
    BigDalmost 6 years ago

    Well done with the rule of thirds

  • Paul Davey
    Paul Daveyalmost 6 years ago

    Thanks for the compliment! To be honest, I spend a good deal of my time looking for ways to not use the rule of thirds…just to be difficult/contrarian etc!!! And sometimes I just forget!

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