Afternoon sunshine in the kitchen.
A very wet day in old London town and not good for getting around on crutches so here’s an indoor shot for a change.
Having exhausted the view from the front and rear windows, I have now turned my attention to the contents of the flat. I have no interest in photographing everything I own as some people have done, but I might consider everything I’ve bought. Today at least – vegetables and a newspaper.
Someone left the chair out in the snow. Yes not much is happening in my neighbour’s garden today. Just as I manage to get more mobile the snow falls and confines me once more to the couch with the only opportunity for a snap being from the window.
Driven to distraction by my current incapacity brought on by a broken metatarsal, I thought I would capture the UFO landing on the roof of my building as seen in the reflection of a neighbour’s window through the blinds of my own Front Window.
Chinese New Year begins to tomorrow so I took a wander through Gerrard Street in London’s Chinatown this afternoon. The main celebrations in London will be next Sunday, 29th January in Chinatown and Trafalgar Square.
Ice art from the 2012 London Ice Sculpting Festival in Canary Land London. This year’s show drew mega crowds but didn’t quite cut it. What happened to the team events from last year that gave us the magnificent ice people of Portugal?
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 one stop even) on one of these beasts could cost you £2.10. The fares on London Transport have risen by 30-40% since 2009. And they talk about bankers! Let’s add the Mayor Of London to that list!