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
A leisurely cruise from Little Venice passes the London Zoo and turns into the final stretch down to Camden Lock. A great thing to do for visitors and locals alike on a brilliant sunny summers’ day in London.
Another shot along Regent’s Canal, this time in Primrose Hill. At the moment around these parts the canal is a ribbon of colour winding its way through north London. It is particularly vibrant now as a covering of duck weed … Continue reading
Yesterday I went to the Soho Food Feast in St Anne’s Church Gardens in Wardour Street with some friends. It was the first one and I hope it won’t be the last. Clearly a lot of thought and organisation went … Continue reading
Taken in St John’s Lodge Gardens in Regent’s Park, this Allum bud was in a dark corner of the gardens with a few rays of light shining through the fence from the private villa behind, one of two villas remaining … Continue reading
A refreshing shop window display at Theorem Hairdressers in Cross Street, Islington. A breath of originality in a shopping precinct that takes “tasteful” to a new level of mediocrity.
Nearby buildings and late afternoon traffic reflected in Poured Lines, the painting by Ian Davenport under the railway bridge leading into Blackfriars Station close to Tate Modern. The painting is the length of 5 London buses (not of the bendy … Continue reading
Spring was gently doing its bit for the flora and fauna when suddenly summer popped its head around the door. The combination was an electric week of sunshine and freshness in London that showed off the new growth in a … Continue reading
Siesta time in Regent’s Park for these three. Not totally oblivious to the surrounding humans but not really interested in them either. Regent’s Park Birds has extensive galleries of birds and waterfowl found in the park.