Still dotting the London landscape, the ornate ironwork of these essentially utilitarian structures say a lot about Victorian design ethic.
Waterlow Park in North London was the gift to the public of Sir Sydney Waterlow in 1889. Over the last five years I’ve shot innumerable photographs there at different times of the year, day and under varying weather conditions. These are a selection of shots of the same scene, featuring a covered bench.
© Christopher Seddon 2008