The personal blog of photojournalist Noah Darnell.

Led to the end…

Led to the end…

Life is sweet in the belly of the beast And with her song in your heart, It can never bring you down Lost in a maze of a thousand rainy days But when I heard her voice, oh it led me to the end Yes, it led me to the end Cause when she sings

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The scale of the sea…

The scale of the sea…

For those of you who were not aware, we sailed a lot in the past few years. And much of this was offshore. Now well over 10,000 miles since Ipswich, we have seen some crazy stuff: weather, places, people, etc. But something has surprised me… I did not take THAT many photos. Don’t get me wrong, I

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Truth be told…

Truth be told…

I know there are scores of people around the world who travel by themselves. And they give a multitude of reasons why they think solo travel is the way to go. I, on the other hand, kind of enjoy having someone to share the awesomeness of what happens on the road. In my photojournalism travels

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The day the Sky set Paris on fire…

The day the Sky set Paris on fire…

The day the Sky set Paris on fire began like any other. And just like any other, most people forgot about the Sky.

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Four views of Le Tour Eiffel and an intimate moment…

Four views of Le Tour Eiffel and an intimate moment…

I thoroughly enjoy being able to spend time in a place. Especially, to photograph. To work the scene, to study the situation and the way the light falls, to watch for patterns in movement… At a place like the Eiffel Tower, nobody is going to do something that a million others have not done. But

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Photographers at dinner…

Photographers at dinner…

Some might not have the stomach for it… Stay tuned… -Noah D.  

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And now for something new…

And now for something new…

And here we are at the first day of the new year. If you’re curious at all, here are the most viewed pages from 2013 posts: 1. Farm fresh… (4 March) 2. A study in the trees of winter… (11 Dec) 3. Ones for whom the rules do not apply… (1 March) 4. Where are you

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Even Masters of the Universe must walk their dogs…

Even Masters of the Universe must walk their dogs…

Look up into the trees on a clear winter night. The light from those stars have travelled untold millions of years and unfathomable distances just to be blocked by a thing so frail as the upper limb of a tree branch. Such significant power, one of the multitudes which fill the heavens and have captivated

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A study in the trees of winter…

A study in the trees of winter…

There’s a certain Slant of light, Winter Afternoons — That oppresses, like the Heft Of Cathedral Tunes — Heavenly Hurt, it gives us — We can find no scar, But internal difference, Where the Meanings, are — None may teach it — Any — ’Tis the Seal Despair — An imperial affliction Sent us of

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Exhibition at the Europe House…

Exhibition at the Europe House…

The private viewing at the Europe House (on Smith Square) of Hans Van der Meer’s new exhibition entitled “Off the Shelf.”   The exhibition was great, but, as usual, it is the people who attend it that make it really special. It was a shame that Hans couldn’t be there, I would have liked to

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Afternoon in Holland Park…

Afternoon in Holland Park…

Stay tuned… -Noah D.

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Loud noises, firecrackers, and burning effigies…

Loud noises, firecrackers, and burning effigies…

NOTE: Full gallery available on Demotix: here. I had heard about this Lewes Bonfire Night since I came to London a few months ago. And even on the train as my friends and I (also photojournalists) were on our way, people were warning us and telling us “good luck” and “be careful.” I think it

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