Prints for Sale by M A Andrew
Black and white prints from Venice, New York, Paris, London, Morocco, Istanbul, Hong Kong, Singapore, Rio ....
Venice is a beautiful city. Set on a lagoon on the edge of the Adriatic Sea, it is one of the world's most photographic and beautiful places. In this gallery, you will find black and white photographs that I hope help to capture the full majesty of Venice's beauty. Below you will find photographs of the Doge's Palace. This beautiful 14th Century constructed palace sits on the entrance to St Mark's Square. Once more, I have tried to capture the essence and beauty of this place. In order to do this, I ventured out onto the square at 5 a.m in the morning. Even at this early time, I wasn't surprised to see other photographers with the same idea. Further photos include the Bridge of Sighs and Harry's Bar
This is the second gallery of Venice on this site and contains more pictures from this beautiful Italian city. My favourite shots are the ones showing the Gondoliers. The first shows them on dry land having completed their shifts. The second shot shows a Gondolier waiting for a fare. Lastly, this gallery showcases the Campanile which stands proudly above St Mark's Square and Basilica.
Every photographer likes to play around with their subject matter and I am no different. In this gallery, I have tried to include studies of both human and animal forms. The use of shadows and light are important in highlighting the nuances of the human being. Relaxation and serenity are the main themes in this gallery
Architecture is an art form in itself and this gallery attempts to pay homage to those styles of architecture to which I am most drawn. In particular, I love the Victorian era and am always amazed at the sheer beauty, ambition and legacy these people left behind. To this end, I have photographs here of the Forth Rail Bridge, Scotland, The Ribblehead Viaduct and Settle Railway Station. Further, you will find photographs as well from Oxford University - including many colleges and the famous Bodleian library, York Minister, Blenheim Palace, Dublin's Georgian Architecture and Cork also
What is there not to like about this fabulous island in the Caribbean? Barbados is a tropical paradise. In this gallery you will find black and white photographs that attempt to make sense of this West Indian idyll. Bathsheba Beach, is a stunning location off the beaten track with waves racing in from the Atlantic Ocean. Furthermore, there are photographs from Oistins Fish fair, Garrison Savannah, Crane Beach, Needham Point, Gun Hill and Bridgetown itself.
This second gallery of Barbados photographs aims to capture the laid back life of the island. The images shown here showcase Bridgetown, Bathsheba beach to the East of the island and the Beautiful Codrington College - possibly one of my favourite places to visit ever. The views across the ocean and the serenity of this place are breathtaking.
La Familia Sagrada - possibly the most famous of Antoni Gaudi's works towers above the city of Barcelona in the Catalonian capital of Spain and Aranjuez - an old Royal palace about 40 miles from Madrid are two of the subjects of the photographs shown here.
This gallery is what is says. Various photographs of flowers in monochrome and Sepia. Not much more to add, really! Apologies for including a colour photograph, but I love this image and couldn't think of another place to showcase it.
Colour gallery. Sometimes I might like to shoot in colour and this is a place to showcase that work
Sometimes I like to take a break from black and white photography. This second gallery allows me to show off this work
I have always loved this city. Here are some of my photographs of Hong Kong in colour
Hong Kong is a vibrant, exciting city that spans 240+ islands. The name Hong Kong means Fragrant Harbour and the photographs here are based around Victoria and Kowloon. I have tried to capture the speed and energy of modern Hong Kong in this gallery. Pictures include Junks at Stanley, The Peak, The Star Ferry and Hong Kong at night.
Istanbul, Turkey - where East and West meet. The Bosphorus straight is said to split two continents. Photos in this gallery include the world famous Blue Mosque, The Haghia Sophia, Valens Aqueduct and the Dolmabahce Palace.
In this gallery there are photographs from Lucca and villages around the Apli Apuane. The Bicycle series are a popular choice is Sepia.
This gallery allows me the opportunity to show off my black and white landscape photography. Photos include local scenes around Saddleworth and the Giant's Causeway on the Antrim Coast, Northern Ireland.
In these photographs, you will find the limited edition shots. Each print is limited to one of 50. Once these are sold, the photograph is discontinued. Images in this gallery come from all across the globe. New York, Rio De Janeiro, Hong Kong, Paris, Venice and more.
These images were taken in London in 2007. Buckingham Palace, Westminster Cathedral, St Paul's Cathedral, The Tate Modern and Freddie Mercury's house make up an eclectic mix of images.
More Black and White Photographs taken in London in 2007. In particular, I like the photos of the detail of the Lloyd's Building. This architectural design caused quite a stir when it was first unveiled but I can't help but marvel at this beautiful and iconic building.
Manchester is my home town. A relatively new city, it wasn't until the industrial age that significant numbers of people began to live in the city. Famous for its football teams, the poor weather and its musical influence, I have tried to capture the city and its proud industrial heritage. Black and White Photographs shown include the Central Library, Jabez Clegg, The Beetham Tower, The Palace Hotel, Manchester Town Hall, The Free Trade Hall and the University.
Marrakesh, Morocco. These images were taken in 2007 and showcase the old and the new of Marrakesh. The Djemaa El Fna or Square of the Dead is the heart of the old city. Not far from here is La Koutoubia Minaret. Other images include photographs from the Atlas Mountains - a short car ride from the city and the Ben Youssef Medersa.
A collection of black and white street photographs taken in Marrakesh, Morocco. Many of the images you see in this gallery showcase everyday life in the old part of the city. The night shots were taken in and around the Bazaar and Djemma El Fna
Everyone should visit New York at least once. This gallery aims to capture the excitement, energy and buzz of one of America's greatest cities. The photographs on display include, The Empire State Building, The Brooklyn Bridge, 42nd Street, Fifth Avenue, The Manhattan Bridge and Times Square
This gallery continues with the New York theme. In here you will find photos of the Chrysler Building, Central Park, The Brooklyn Bridge, The Jackie Onassis Reservoir and the Flat Iron Building as well as shots from around Wall Street and Brooklyn itself.
In this monochrome gallery, there are New York photographs of Grand Central Station, The Statue of Liberty and Liberty Island, Wall Street, The Chrysler Building as well as more general New York photography
This final gallery of photographs from New York contains images from across the city. The Brooklyn Bridge, The Empire State Building, Times Square, The New York Subway and Central Park are amongst some of my most enduring memories of this wonderful city.
Being from the North of England, I only think it fair a gallery of images from this part of the world is included. Images here include Liverpool's Three Graces, Anthony Gormley's Angel of the North at Gateshead, Another Place at Crosby Beach and Photographs of Newcastle.
Paris is probably the world's most beautiful city. A magnificent triumph of vision and planning by Baron Haussman in the middle part of the 19th century, the city looks great from every angle. Photographs in this gallery include the Champs Elysees, Place Des Vosges, The Louvre, La Defense, The Arc De Triomphe and The Eiffel Tower. This gallery tries to capture the beauty of Paris using the medium of black and white photography.
A beautiful city in every sense. Black and white photography here includes the Eiffel Tower, The Arc De Triomphe, The Louvre, Notre Dame as well as more candid and less obvious shots from the French Capital City.
Pont Neuf and Sacre Coeur are two of the most famous buildings in Paris. This black and white gallery tries to capture the beauty of this French city. Other photographs featured here include images taken from the Parisien underground
Montmartre, Paris. Over the years home to many of France's, and the world's, most famous artistic sons. This gallery of is supplemented with photos from The Pompidou Centre and The Pigalle area of Paris - home to the famous Red Windmill or Moulin Rouge.
Rio De Janeiro is a sprawling city (6th largest in South America) that intrigues and delights in equal measure. Highlights include the view from the Statue of Christ The Redeemer - probably one of the world's most spectacular, Sugar Loaf Mountain, Copacabana and Ipanema beaches and the Copacabana Palace Hotel. The images you see in this gallery were taken in 2005.
Singapore has changed quite considerably in the last 40 years. The black and white photographs in this gallery aim to capture the vibrancy and excitement of this Asian city. Photographs exhibited include the CBD and Boat Quay as well as shots from Singapore's most famous hotel - Raffles.
Menorca, Ibiza, Majorca and Formentera are the four islands that make up the Balearics. For years, these islands have been sun havens for holidaymakers from across Europe and across the world.
The Algarve, Portugal. A stunning collection of beaches and bays backed by beautiful sandstone cliffs. The area on the southern tip of Portugal where the Iberian Peninsula meets the Atlantic Ocean
biza is one of the Balearic islands, an archipelago of Spain in the Mediterranean Sea. It's well known for the lively nightlife in Ibiza Town and Sant Antoni, where major European nightclubs have summer outposts. Itís also home to quiet villages, yoga retreats and beaches, from Platja d'en Bossa, lined with hotels, bars and shops, to quieter sandy coves backed by pine-clad hills found all around the coast.