It’s easy to see why some photographic artists like to focus on cities. There is just so much material. Here I captured a passing train on a bridge spanning the Thames in London. The London Eye creeps into the background and a pigeon takes a break from begging to enjoy the view.
I love the idea that nothing is motionless here. If it’s not trains then it’s the flow of the river, or the slow turning of the enormous Ferris wheel, or the take off and landing of the birds. Truly a part of London that never sleeps.