Pho­tog­ra­ph­er Radu Negro cre­ates ethe­re­al and stereo­typ­i­cal images of Lon­don. Great Britain is famous for its fogs and rains, espe­cial­ly in autumn. The pho­tog­ra­ph­er tried to con­vey this autumn mood through a series of his shots, there­by open­ing the city to view­ers from a dif­fer­ent point of view.

The cap­i­tal of Eng­land Lon­don is known for its wet weath­er and fogs. It is this aspect that has become the focus of a pho­to­graph­ic exhi­bi­tion cov­er­ing a more sig­nif­i­cant range of fea­tures of the famous metrop­o­lis. This series of pho­tographs turned out to be quite beau­ti­ful, because a lot of peo­ple came to see the work of Radu Negro. And while autumn rainy weath­er can seem depress­ing, it’s nice to expe­ri­ence such a cold gray atmos­phere from time to time. It’s hard to deny that there’s a cer­tain beau­ty to it. If you want to immerse your­self in clas­sic autumn, I advise you to vis­it the pho­to selec­tion of the top 10 roman­tic autumn places accord­ing to Life­Globe.

foggy autumn london
A series of works by Radu Negro turned out to be as ephemer­al as it is stereo­typ­i­cal. The hazy city pho­to cap­ti­vat­ed Lon­don­ers and for­eign vis­i­tors alike. The pho­tog­ra­ph­er him­self admits that in fact Lon­don is not always fog­gy. He said he spent sev­er­al weeks mon­i­tor­ing weath­er apps until he had a few clas­sic fog­gy days. Most often this hap­pens in ear­ly spring, or in the autumn. As a pho­tog­ra­ph­er, Radu Negro strives to cap­ture Lon­don at its best. From our point of view, he man­aged to do it 100%.

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