I’ve recently uploaded an album 100 portraits on https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?vanity=KelvinHudsonPhoto&set=a.497242269290
For those who don’t mind a 14 day quaratine.
This is my entry for the Lens Culture Street Photography Awards 2020. The man sitting is Tom Neachtain and as you can see is fond of an afternoon refreshment. Sadly after a few months of meeting and photographing Tom, he was diagnosed with Alzheimers and is now on the 7up in a nursing home. His friend Shay Rooney a local carpenter and occasional actor is seen chatting with Tom. Unfortunately I didn’t get the name of the cat as it was just passing through .
I have to admit the colour green is generally not a favourite of mine, except for nature, grass, trees etc. Its my mum’s favourite though. Memories of Dame Maggie Smith in the film Gosford Park with her unscripted ” Difficult colour green…. very tricky.” Well as it is St Patrick’s Day today I’ve complied 12 green images I’ve shot over the years.
Despite spending so much of my life travelling on the London underground I never been that fond of Car parks especially underground. Car parks are mostly dreary, dark and uninspiring, but very occasionally one catches my eye. Here’s a recent series .