Through The Lens: Leeds

To keep things fresh around here (and now that I’m not travelling Australia), I thought I would go through some old photos and start a new series of blog posts.  This is the first of a number of posts looking at different cities/places I’ve been purely through photos.  I’m going to add minimal words and just let the photos do the talking.

The first place up is Leeds, a city in Yorkshire, towards the north of England.  After recovering from my hip operation, I wandered around Leeds on a Saturday afternoon (clocking up about ten miles!) before my first gig back with my band!

So, if everything goes smoothly, you can expect a new ‘Through The Lens’ every Wednesday.  If you love the photos or want to chat photography generally, just hit me up in the comments!

Victoria Leeds
Car Park Textures
Corn Exchange
Trinity Leeds
Doubletree Hilton
Trinity Kitchen
Victoria Quarter
Victoria Quarter Roof
Leeds Train Station

All shots taken on the Fujifilm X-T2 with 23mm f/2, 10-24mm f/4 and 55-200mm f/3.5-4.8 lenses.


11 Replies to “Through The Lens: Leeds”

  1. I love your point of view and perspective!

  2. You make my hometown look very pretty!

    1. Thank you! Your hometown is a great city!!

  3. The perspective is great!
    Best of luck for the new venture !

    1. Thank you! I love exploring new cities on foot and taking countless photos!

      1. Same case over here😊

  4. Nice collection mate. G

  5. John Abrenilla says: Reply

    great shots!

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