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FLYING 90m ABOVE THE RIVER THAMES | Darrin Henry The Emirates Air Line cable car climbed so steeply and quickly out of the ground station it took all four of us by surprise triggering a spontaneous and very noisy, laugh out

THE JUNGLE AT 20 FENCHURCH STREET | Sharon Henry A soft mist falls, leaving glistening beads clinging to the furry furls of the New Zealand tree ferns, 37 storeys high inside the Sky Garden at 20 Fenchurch Street. Like a

A RIGHT SHAMBLES IN THE CITY | Sharon Henry The city of York is Olde England incarnate; cobbled lanes, crooked timber buildings and multi-paned shop windows that oozes old-fashioned charm. In fact, window shopping in the historic city is just

EVERY DAY SOMETHING MAKES US SNAP | Darrin Henry It’s not quite a Disorder (I don’t think), but photography, once in your bloodstream, can prompt that OCD kind of behaviour at times. We’ve successfully completed our second consecutive Project 365, a

2017 IN PICTURES AND WORDS | Darrin Henry We will remember 2017 as another fantastic year of Adventures in Photography for What The Saints Did Next, something not always obvious when we’re in the moment. Clicking through our hard drives is a

BRISTOL’S AMAZING STREET ART GALLERY | Sharon Henry Love it or hate it, there’s no more in-your-face art than street art, so on this 25 October, International Artist Day which honours artists’ contribution to society, we are celebrating the specialists with

A BIRD’S-EYE VIEW OF ANCIENT ISTANBUL | Darrin Henry Wandering the maze of bustling streets around Old Istanbul and the ever thriving Outer Harbour region of the city, the nipple-like Galata Tower (Galata Kulesi in Turkish) was always catching our eye,

VISIT YORK, THEY’RE MORE FRIENDLY UP NORTH | Sharon Henry Once considered 'boring' the City of York today is anything but, thriving with pubs, tea rooms and restaurants to water and feed the millions entering its medieval walls for a spot

MORE THAN A MILLENNIUM DOME | Darrin Henry The Hagia Sofia museum in Istanbul, Turkey, is a treasure trove of photographic possibilities; a stunning architectural fantasy of a building filled with light and shadow gliding softly across the ancient marble surfaces.

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