Big cities by day can become all too familiar. But on Sunday nights in winter, even sights you know well can turn into something strange and new. A photo essay by PETER KINDERSLEY. Introduction by JOANNA PITMAN.
The Barbican Kindersley shot this panorama by climbing to the cordoned-off space on top of one of the residential towers. "Unusually for me, it was early evening. The light faded rapidly and I wanted to catch the amazing luminescent sky with the glitter of tiny lights below. I felt as if I was in a low-flying airplane."