Just a short post this week with some pictures I took one evening around St. Pancras station in London. I happened to have my camera with me, and I love playing around with night photography, so I thought I’d take a few shots on my way home. This wedding car was sat outside the beautiful Renaissance Hotel as I walked past.
A handy bollard served as a makeshift tripod for some long-exposure shots as the evening traffic busied around.
The revamped architecture of St. Pancras station is gorgeous – I spotted this nice contrast between the brickwork arches and the modern interior as I walked in.
Something in the way the ceiling lights disappeared into the distance really caught my attention in an otherwise less-remarkable section towards the back of the station.
The lights of an express train travelling through the station when I arrived home painted a lovely trail.
If you have any of your own night photography shots or ideas for places that would be great to photograph, share them with us!