Informal walks in London for anyone interested in photography at any level. Its a great way to discuss ideas, expand your knowledge or simple start a new hobby. Walks last a couple of hours each month, meeting at a different location each time. We also welcome non photographers to join us on the tours around London.
This group welcomes photos from our walks, and also the occasional photo from London locations which may be suitable for future walks. In order to avoid losing the group's focus, off-topic photos and spam will be removed without warning and may result in the submitter being removed from the group.
I made it to Leake Street - what an amazing tunnel. All I did was stand in theright place and press the trigger. The real artists are the guys who create this stuff. I've got another version without the people but I think they give it a bit of life and add to the gritty nature of the place. Many many thanks to Anila Sparkle Hussain for proposing this one. And yes, I walked the lot but this was my favourite shot. BTW, there's a really great vibe here - loved it.
ooooh Yeah! LOVE it! 1 (8 hours ago)Rob Weavers:
Awesome location. 1 (8 hours ago)Anila Sparkle Hussain:
Fantastic shot so glad u went and liked it - when u go back in 6 months the graffiti will have changed. 1 (7 hours ago)Sean Currey:
love that place i was there the day it opened i still have the magazine that bansky made. i like to go back to see how it has developed. 2 (4 hours ago)Ana Maria Radu:
Omg 1 (1 hour ago)
Great shot was in taken from Battersea bridge (4 hours ago)John Harris:
i think so (3 hours ago)
I am the Queen of the Overground!
you up and running again Sav (11 hours ago)Savash Djemal:
This was with my mobile Colin. :) (11 hours ago)Marcin Klimczak:
I always want to ask- It's legal to publish someone photo like this? 1 (9 hours ago)Robi Fa:
Can I share it with a friend? she loves street photo too!:)Wonderful! (8 hours ago)Murray Saunders:
Hair, shoes and suitcase match but the bag colour needs more thought... (6 hours ago)Ka Te Tiki:
Photo says everything 1 (4 hours ago)Jay Dadlani:
For a minute I thought this was Kim from Eastenders. 😂 1 (4 hours ago)
French rapper, designer and graffiti artist, Grems (also known as Supermicro, and real name Michaël Eveno), has produced a bright, detailed artwork on the South Bank.
Some topical light entertainment,
1.Where was this filmed?
2.What digital media is missing?
3. Which one is the famous dad of Chesney.
4. What is a tremeloe?
5.What is a Mullet?
Trafalgar Sq, Chesney dad is the base player, tremolo modifies the sound on a guitar, mullet is a hair cut, and not a digital camera in sight (6 hours ago)Savash Djemal:
wow 10/10 Wendy, now we know how old you are ! ;) (6 hours ago)Savash Djemal:
his name is Chip by the way there is a clue in the video :D 1 (6 hours ago)Wendy Smedley:
And we know now old you are for posting this 1 (6 hours ago)Savash Djemal:
youll never believe how I got here with it! (5 hours ago)Savash Djemal:
I was looking at The queen of the overground picture when I was thinking is she coming or going and wondered what she was dreaming about and i thought of the lines in the song above, "Places I dream about I will be getting out then I can follow the sun" 1 (5 hours ago)Wendy Smedley:
Leonard "Chip" Hawkes 1 (5 hours ago)Simon Freeman:
The crowd look really thrilled to be there. :P 1 (5 hours ago)