Home > Tags > Statue

Displaying albums 1-4 of 4
Sidney Sussex College

Sidney Sussex College

by Adam James Nall

A selection of photography from in and around Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.

I realised I'd been living here for three years and not taken that many photos (funny, eh?), so decided to rectify this by capturing the sides of Sidney not usually seen. These bright colours and high-contrast black and white shots reflect a sample of some of my favourite photos of this wonderful college. More to follow.

--- Prints ordered WILL be printed with 'AJN' watermark unless specifically requested BEFORE ORDERING.

Please contact the photographer prior to order ---

For more Cambridge photos see here:

http://adamjamesnall.cantabphotos.com/070530200228/

and

http://adamjamesnall.cantabphotos.com/090204184055/

Date added: 30th Apr 2008
Date taken: 2006-2009
30 photos

Categories:
Cambridge Colleges
Cambridge Life
Cambridge Views
Flowers
Landscapes
Agra

Agra

by Adam James Nall

A wonder of the world:

The last of my India photography taken on an absolutely amazing day in Agra. The Taj Mahal and the increadible yet under-appreciated Agra Fort.

I have selected my favourites in the 'best photo' sample section. Please look at all the rest for a wider view of these two modern wonders of the world! Further details to follow. Enjoy.

Date added: 1st Dec 2007
Date taken: September 2007
188 photos

Categories:
Flowers
Landscapes
People
Travel
Wildlife
McLeod Ganj

McLeod Ganj

by Adam James Nall

A selection of photographs (from so so many) taken during a six week teaching placement in McLeod Ganj, Himachal Pradesh, North India. The residence of the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan Government in exile, McLeod has become a haven for Tibetan refugees, Buddhist pilgrims and the ever-present kitsch tourist 'Children of the World' who take to playing flutes out of cafe windows and not wearing any shoes. Regardless of that annoyance McLeod is wonderful. The smell of damp pine needles and incense drift across on the breeze with the thick mist - as pervasive, even, as the hippies during the monsoon season - lending to everything a surreal (and, annoyingly for photography, a harsh white glare and slightly blurred) edge. The distance, though rarely visible, occasionally broke through after a good air-clearing storm to reveal the fantastic views into the valley below and up to the Himalaya proper. A marvelous, magical monk-filled place. For anyone going there to shoot I suggest comprehensive camera insurance and the acceptance that nothing, in the second wettest place in India, in monsoon season, at that altitude, will ever, ever truly be what we the British consider 'dry'...

Album updated! More photos of Tsechokling Monestary, bird photos, and now features photos taken from our trek to Triund (9325ft), including a few shots from an impromtu cricket game we had with a few locals at about 5000ft. The crease was situated either side of a very steep slope, one of which we'd just spent the last two or so hours getting up. Needless to say I was glad to not be fielding...

Date added: 11th Oct 2007
Date taken: August 2007
186 photos

Categories:
Flowers
Landscapes
People
Sport
Travel
Wildlife
Italy

Italy

by Claude Schneider

Views from Italian cities and countryside.
Milan, Verona, Venice, Florence, Pisa, Sienna, Rome, Vatican, Pompeii, Positano, Trento.

Date added: 8th Oct 2006
Date taken: September 2006
111 photos

Categories:
Landscapes
Travel
Displaying albums 1-4 of 4
CantabPhotos
All photos on this site are copyright. Unauthorised use is not permitted.
Website © Claude Schneider 2005-2019
Terms & Conditions