Sunday, April 27, 2008

The London urban jungle

The Empire, that is Accenture, my employer, sent me for a week of training in England. I took the opportunity to spend an extra day in London, and decided to put my camera to good use. Check out the album this day resulted in.

There's nothing like walking around in a big city on a sunny Saturday and taking in the sights. You don't even have to look for interesting subjects to shoot, they just keep popping up by themselves.

I gotta admit I jumped a little bit when I turned a corner and saw four stormtroopers holding down a guy to the ground. All of them with their weapons pointing at his head. It was obviously a commercial gig, ment to get people into this insane sci-fi shop. It worked very smoothly on me.


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Personal photogallery

My personal photogallery generated using my own tool, Atacama. Pictures of events and travels from the last 10 years or so.

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