A selection of my favourite captures from our little wander about in Westminster.
These photographs have been on the back burner ever since I returned from England simply because of the volume of images I had captured and how unpredictably difficult they were to edit, mostly due to constant changes in lighting. We visited Westminster on a day that had weather fluctuations so severe that we saw the sun, wind and rain all within the span of ten minutes. While we were on the London Eye, we experienced all three simultaneously, which not the ideal condition to be shooting through windows: think flared, macro raindrop shots. Nonetheless, there was something so calming about a 360 degree glean over a city so intricately constructed and organised — feeling so detached as a spectator, yet so overwhelmed in observation at the busyness of locals in their mundane meanderings. Over the past few months, I have expressed my absolute adoration of London to such an extent that my words feel a little repetitive. As such, I will let the photographs speak for themselves. Here are a selection of my favourite captures from our little wander about in Westminster.
words JEFFREY CHUNG
photography JEFFREY CHUNG