London-what you might not have noticed
London is my favourite home subject: look for the unexpected.
View from Millenium bridge
A quick meeting (and fag) on the Bridge
Performance: The Turbine Hall
Shoreditch: this says everything about East London Today. Graffitti, take away coffee and mixed architecture
Which one do you prefer?. The Tate modern is awash with photo opportunities, not only the art
Ada Street, off Broadway Market, Hackney
The jolly bakers of Broadway Market
Detail of one of he columns at the entrance to St Paul's
Bark: the bark of an old tree, Gresham St, City of London
The famous Bar Italia in Frith Street
View from Tate Modern of a temporary installation
The modern skyline as might have been seen by an impressionist
Refuse Disposal in Greek Street, Soho. This started life as a bigger shot from the hip street picture, and had a lot of editing.
view from inside the new Tate extension:
A rainy day in Victoria as seen from Westminster Cathedral
Cormorants may sometimes be found on the pond in Finsbury Park near the cafe.
Millenium bridge is one of my favourites and there is always something new to see.
Taken some time ago on Southbank by Tate Modern, showing a tourist being ripped off by a 3 boxes con man.
Abney Park Cemetary
scrawl of the wild, Highgate Hill
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