Outside Amy’s house in the last week of July 2011.
Pride London, a parade down Regent Street on Saturday. Amnesty International making their presence felt as one of the “pressure groups”, but many floats were about corporations vying for brand space in the bland new world.
Wandering the streets in and around Fitzrovia looking for a likely candidate as an image to enter into The Fitzrovia Photography Prize when the sun appeared briefly while I was looking around St Pancras Church on Euston Road. This building … Continue reading
The lush vegetation on the edge of Regent’s Canal is reflected in the canal giving it a tropical feel as this moorhen passes by during a gap in canal boat traffic.
Two happy brides in fact. London. April 29th 2011.
On Saturday’s walk through the Kent countryside we stopped at the ruins of St Mary’s church at Little Chart for lunch. The original structure was built around 1200 and added to over the next couple of hundred years. It was … 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