Chasing Sunsets, London 2008
When I’m jetlagged, one of my favourite ways of passing the time is to dig up some of my older travel pictures. Exactly three years ago I was spending the summer in London, working as an intern at a multinational firm and living across the road from the spires of St. Pancras. Before I left I decided to take advantage of the long days, sprinting around the city (via the underground) to some of its most recognisable sites. With an old pocket-sized camera I attempted to capture the changing colours of dusk, balancing the little gadget on stone barriers, metal railings and anything that would keep it steady. If there’s a lesson to this story, it’s this: never underestimate your point-and-shoot; it too is capable of great things.