South Kensington. Finding something you didn’t notice yet.

“When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.” – Ansel Adams

I think these words from the great Ansel Adams worth more then any words I can try to put into something interesting to read. Since I completed my journey I found myself enjoy Instagram and in general social network more that I could even imagine. I’m also enjoying an interesting reading about Instagram and it’s artists thank to a wonderful present last Christmas.

Last Sunday I enjoyed a nice walk in South Kensington looking for nice spots to frame in a picture and I choose this area because of Instagram. I really enjoy looking for inspiration because it’s also a challenge. Can I find something that is not been already shoot? Can I do better? Or they will be again the same boring photos and the same boring post. Well…

And to be honest if you look deep, very deep, London is offering so many things that aren’t been notice yet, that aren’t been shoot. I’m lucky enough I can enjoy photography in the way I’m doing at the moment. Turning into a mobile photographer for me has been a kind of salvation. I know it sounds an exaggeration but to be fair for me it was. Write a post 2 days after I took these pictures? It would never happen before. Again this is just for me.

The only problem I have at the moment is defining if these are street photography or just photography. Mmmmmm it doesn’t metter right? They are just photos of things that capture my eyes and my imagination. Of course you can also following on my Instagram and of course I’m hoping you are all going to do it and you will start to follow me there too. Why not?

Anyway at the end I hope you enjoyed these pictures. I know I have to work on the text content but let say: be just patient with me as I’m sure I will improve it even if our focus here is photography. So let’s have look to some other photos and I’ll see you next time. Thank you all to waste a moment of your time and to like this post.