Both the world’s oldest and largest underground railway system, the London Underground might not make for a fantastically beautiful photograph, but it is an important one that I have wanted to take ever since first getting on tube train as a child. Sadly, with security alerts photography has been prohibited. When I stopped at the entrance to Regent’s Park station to get my camera out of my bag and change lens I was reminded of this, “photography is prohibited on trains and at all stations” – it is as if I was being watched. So the above image was captured with the camera around my shoulder, not looking through the view finder. I decided that the pictures I took could be cropped down on the computer to get the composition I wanted.