April showers in London. Walking along Commercial Road late on a Friday afternoon.
In front of University College Hospital at Euston in London on a mid-winter’s day, 2012. Buses resting on a stand before they set off to fleece the citizens of London with the annual “fare rise” ripoff. A single journey (just … Continue reading
The new Blackfriars Station spanning the River Thames in London will be completing and opened in stages over the next 6 months. The station spans the River Thames and passengers can access the station from both the north and south … Continue reading
Regent’s Canal in North London is flanked by a range of buildings and parks. Here in Camden Town it passes through new housing and office developments.
Visiting the Venice Biennale you get the best of both worlds: contemporary at Arsenale and Giardini and then, the surrounding city.
I was staying in a cottage on a working farm in Cheshire last week. Unfortunately the hens were exhausted from hen-partying late into the night so I was left with the image of this barn in quiet darkness on a … Continue reading
Let’s hope not. Camden Town street scene August 2011 after street scenes of a very different nature at the beginning of this week. A wake up call. But will us sleepy heads get out of beds and to use an … Continue reading
I headed to the National Theatre this evening for a spot of free entertainment courtesy of Red Bull. Free running has always intrigued me and tonight’s show, although a little more stage managed than I might like was still exciting … Continue reading
St Giles High Street and the new Renzo Piano construction “with winter gardens on every floor and over 17,000 sq ft of roof terraces. More than just an office building it’s a workplace (sic). Connecting people to the outdoors” … … Continue reading