Baker Street Underground Individual Communication
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Peter Nutkins Photography

Baker Street Underground Individual Communication

Individual Communication Revisited

It has been some time since I won the Smithsonian Travel Photo Competition.

I took the image on a visit to London. As I sat on Bakerloo Underground Station I noticed that on the platform opposite me were a group of people all ignoring each other. However, each and every one of them was communicating in some way. It seemed like a mini version of our lives today. We are all connected via the Internet, and yet we often fail to talk to the person standing right next to us.

My mission for this week is to speak to someone I have not spoken to each day. Something positive. Something that will quickly lift them and make their day that little bit better.

My winning image is featured in the 2018 PhotoShelter Guide to Photo Contests. The guide can be found here http://resources.photoshelter.com/photographers-guide-photo-contests-2018/


You can find more information about prints and frames by visiting the Landscape Print Information page.


Today I specialise in portraits, although I do try and grab a few landscapes wherever I am too!


I help people just like you create precious memories in your own home. Portraits of you and your loved ones that radiate just how beautiful you really are. Memories that you will revisit time and time again, but will outlive us both and become a treasured heirloom for generations to come.


The experience I offer has been designed just for you. No two portrait sessions are the same because your memories will be unique to you.

Fine Art Landscape Prints

Thank you for looking at my photographs. If you would like to enjoy these scenes in your own home all of my landscape photographs are available to purchase as high quality fine art prints. You can find more information about prints and frames you can purchase by visiting my Landscape Print Shop.


Peter



Please note that Peter adds new photographs to his online collection at regular intervals. In a bid to make sure that he remains in the real world he limits his time online!


Location: Baker Street Station, London.