The London Picture Project from London-based travel photographer Alan Copson

Posts Tagged ‘Red’
“Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red”
"Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red"

As Remembrance Sunday approaches, here’s one of my shots from the Tower of London last week of the amazing “Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red” by ceramic artist Paul Cummins, with setting by stage designer Tom Piper. 888,246 ceramic poppies, each representing a British fatality during the First World War and marking one hundred years […]

Party Decorations
Party Decorations

One week from the Royal Wedding of Kate and William and London is in party mood. This was the scene on Regent Street yesterday. The sun was out and the crowds were enjoying the decorations. UPDATE – More Royal Wedding decorations pictures as Canvas Prints and Posters are now available at Click here for […]

Raindrops keep falling on my lens…
Raindrops keep falling on my lens...

This is the first of what I hoped would be a great themed group of Rain in London. Of course, since I shot this, not enough rain has fallen for people to up their umbrellas. The joy of travel photography… never quite the right weather! NEW – This image is now available to License at […]


Petticoat Lane Market in the East End. Busy and noisy with the stall holders “patter”. It’s always great fun shooting these traditional markets. Spitalfields, Brick Lane and Columbia Road flower market are all close-by, so if you arrive early on a Sunday, you can visit them all… and miss the crowds that fill the streets […]

Alone in a crowd…
Alone in a crowd...

This Sentry at Horse Guards’ Parade was distinctly on his own. If the stream of people wasn’t flowing past, they were posing for their tourist snaps… Everyone jumped out of the way when he snapped to attention and marched off through the crowd! NEW! Horse Guards Parade images now available as Canvas Prints and Posters […]