Apologies, I know that the Blog has been a bit quiet of late – I’ve been away travelling working in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Qatar and back here at home we’ve had seemingly nothing but rain and stormy moody cloud for the last 6-8 weeks so it has been hard to get out and take any photographs (or make any money), such is the challenge of being an architectural photographer.

Moody cloudy skies of course provide the most sensational opportunity for shooting interesting moody-looking high-impact images (it’s one of my favourite times to be out shooting and creating) but the resultant imagery doesn’t do much for estate agents, architects and property developers who much prefer wonderful blue-sky weather shots to showcase and market their properties in the ‘best available light’.

Non-the-less below a moody image of a new building I’ve been shooting over the last few weeks for Elphick Proome Architects in the Ridgeside Office Park near Umhlanga Rocks north of Durban.