This was such a hectic joiner to photograph!
If you’ve ever been to Piccadilly Circus then you’ll know how much traffic there is whizzing around the place, and for this piece I risked life and limb by standing on the outside of some railings (I didn’t want the railings in the shot) and spent a good 15-20 minutes taking all the photographs.
The reason it took so long (normally once I’ve decided where to shoot from photographing all the individual photos which make up a joiner will only take 2-3mins) is I didn’t want to include all the traffic which was passing in front of me.
There were lorries, vans, taxi’s and buses, all very nice, but all obscuring what I was trying to photograph.
I’d have to wait for a break in the traffic, which normally lasted around 15 seconds, take as many photos as I could (desperately trying to remember what I’d already photographed) and then wait for the next break in the traffic.
I’d like to photograph Piccadilly Circus again, but from a higher vantage point as all the traffic moving around the place would give the joiner some energy.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy this joiner, especially as I was almost run over on several occasions photographing it :)
To view this joiner at it’s best, do the following
– Plug in headphones
– Hit the play button on the audio player below
– Sit back and enjoy the joiner as it was meant to be enjoyed!
Dimensions: 10.00m wide by 4.65m high (33.33ft x 15.50ft)
Song inspiration: Led Zepplin – In the evening