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Image title: London Berkeley Square Gazebo - Photo inspired by Lord Litchfield

London Berkeley Square Gazebo - Photo inspired by Lord Litchfield

View of the gazebo in the middle of Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London, with a low viewpoint over a gravel path. The image has enhanced using a soft-focus filter done in Photoshop.


On 24 May 2003 I was visiting the National Portrait Gallery in London and was captivated by some fashion photographs by Lord Litchfield, especially one in which a leggy model jumped over a gravel path in what looked like a country estate. I was so inspired that when I left the gallery I wanted to do something similar and took this photo of Berkeley Square in Mayfair, an area he would have been familiar with.

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London Berkeley Square Gazebo - Photo inspired by Lord Litchfield

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London parks, gardens in London, Mayfair London, photos inspired by Lord Litchfield, Patrick Lord Litchfield, Berkeley Square Mayfair London, Middlesex

Date created:
2003-05-24

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