WTCC Race Day

Posted in Motorsport, Travel at 6:00 pm by Warren Williams

Sunday was the race day of the World Touring Car Championship. Crowds increased significantly from the Saturday, so spent most of the time in two spots, rather than freely moving around as I did on Saturday.

Fully Gallery can be viewed here: www.warrenwilliams.co.nz/wtcc2


WTCC – Brands Hatch (Saturday)

Posted in General, Motorsport, Travel at 7:00 pm by Warren Williams

One of England’s finest racing circuits, Brands Hatch, held host to the World Touring Car Championship during the weekend. Support racing included the GT Open series (Ferrari F430’s, Lamboghinis, Dodge Vipers and Aston Martin DBRS9’s)

Full gallery of Saturday’s racing/qualifying can be seen here: www.warrenwilliams.co.nz/wtcc


Shoreham Air Show 2007

Posted in Aviation, General, Travel at 7:00 pm by Warren Williams

The Shoreham Air Show, based in West Sussex, was a great celebration of 50 years of Battle of Britain Memorial Flights. A wide range of aircraft were on display, both on the ground and in flight. The weather was fine for most of the day, until the final air display, when the English rain came down

Full gallery of photos can be seen here:

Guinot WingWalkers

Posted in Aviation, General, Travel at 1:00 pm by Warren Williams

Attended the Sundays’ Shoreham airshow, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Britain. Amongst the highlights were the four Guinot biplane wingwalkers.

Guinot Wingwalkers Shoreham

More photos to follow in the coming days, including Hurricanes, Spitfires, B17, B25 and Vampire.


Buckingham Palace, London

Posted in General, Landscape, Travel at 10:00 pm by Warren Williams

Buckingham Palace, is the official London residency of the Queen and monarch. Despite the clouded Sunday evening, the streets were bustling with hundreds of tourists all willing to grab a quick photo.

Buckingham Palace

Warren Street, London Underground

Posted in General, People, Travel at 8:00 pm by Warren Williams

Whilst on the London Underground network, heading towards Buckingham Palace on the Victoria line, this station surprisingly grabbed my eye 😉

Warren Street, London Underground

Warren Street, Binge Drinking?


Canterbury Cathedral

Posted in General, Landscape, Travel at 6:00 pm by Warren Williams

Canterbury Cathedral, Kent, is one of the oldest Christian structures in England. With history going back 1400 years, the architecture of this amazing cathedral cannot be compared to anything else. Several hours could easily be consumed in looking through every nook and cranny, and visiting the library of 30,000 books. In the limited time I had, still managed to view the main galleries and prayer rooms.

Canterbury Cathedral Gloomy Day
Tower of Canterbury Cathedral is 72 metres high

Canterbury Cathedral dramatic skies
Moody Skies, over Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral Courtyard
Grave in the Canterbury Cathedral courtyard

The very high ceilings, with splendid architecture

Sheer scale of the internals is impressive

Two months have passed now since landing in the UK, and so far quite relieved to have seen many wonderful sights. The next few months will be interesting, with light rapidly fading away, as autumn and winter approach.


London Eye

Posted in Landscape, Travel at 9:30 pm by Warren Williams

The recent fine weather continued, and took the opportunity to catch a train into London on this Friday night, to venture further than Tower Bridge. I’ve been eager to visit both London Eye and Big Ben for the past few weeks. The sites didn’t disappoint, especially with the fine detail observed on Big Ben. I’ll head back to London Eye another time to capture views across London, but this time my feet remained firmly on the ground.

London Eye

London Eye spinning

Big Ben & Houses of Parliament

Posted in Landscape, Travel at 9:00 pm by Warren Williams

Big Ben High Detail Photo

Catching the last of the evening light

Jet Contrail passes Big Ben

Houses of Parliament at Sunset


Kent Clay Pigeon Shooting

Posted in People, Sport, Travel at 2:00 pm by Warren Williams

I was invited along to do some photography for Hawley Clay Shooting Ground to update their photos, and create a new shooting challenge 😉

Set amongst Kentish countryside, alongside the M25 – Colourful fields were a fine backdrop.


Warren giving it a go – © John Williams

www.hawleycsg.co.uk – Kent Clay Pigeon Shooting