Louise Bourgeois’s Sculpture “Maman 1999”, outside the Tate Modern, with the dome of St Paul’s Cathedral below. (St Paul being the titular misogynist, of course.) This is another one of those shots that’s going to niggle at me, as however much I like parts of it, it’s still full of little imperfections, particularly in the bottom left and right corners.
As is almost always the case with by B&W work, I’ve left the merest hint of a colour wash in – a very slight red tint, this time around. I experimented with versions of this where the red was a much stronger element, but in the end, settled on this.