A series of captures by photographer Rupert Jordan entitled 'River London' depict what London would look like in a flood. Jordan used a low perspective combined with turbulent waves to surround landmarks with water and create his apocalyptic photos. River London is composed of a series of surreal shots where water fills half the photo while architecture fills the other. Each photo features a different water-filled scenario.
Jordan aimed to capture iconic landmarks such as the London Eye, Battersea Power Station and the Parliament building. After sneaking onto restricted beaches, the adventurous photographer captured the buildings being soaked. Since Jordan was working without a boat, he had to wait for low tide in order to get his amazing photos.
The 'River London' Series Shows What London Would Look Like in a Flood
1. Flood Photography - Opportunity to explore and capture creative and apocalyptic scenes in a flooded city.
2. Surreal Landscapes - Creating unique and captivating images by combining contrasting elements like water and architecture.
3. Adventurous Photography - Pushing boundaries and finding unique perspectives by venturing into restricted areas and overcoming challenges.
1. Photography - Opportunity for photographers to experiment with new themes and create captivating visuals.
2. Travel and Tourism - Promoting tourism by showcasing unique and surreal landscapes of popular destinations.
3. Digital Art and Design - Utilizing surreal and apocalyptic images to inspire and create digital artworks and designs.