Category Archives: London

Waiting

The walkway at King’s Cross station in London, that crosses over the main concourse, is frequently a photo opportunity. There is always someone on the move or standing up there waiting: watching the departure boards, phoning or texting, or just … Continue reading

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Twenty Versions

Those of you who know of my liking for reflective glass will understand that it was impossible for me to walk past this building without taking a picture or two. It’s the rather uninteresting façade of a hotel on the … Continue reading

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Added Colour

Originally this was, by London’s standards, a rather ordinary building close to King’s Cross station. At ground level there are shops; a hotel occupies the upper floors. It stands on the corner of Euston Road. Someone had the vision to … Continue reading

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The Palace of Westminster

It’s a long time since I was in London at Sundown, but last week we were walking along the Southbank with our son on a perfect summer’s evening as the sun was going down behind the Palace of Westminster, or … Continue reading

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Fish out of Water

I was in London last week to see an exhibition of the work of McCauley ‘Mac’ Conner at the House of Illustration at King’s Cross. Mac was an admirer of the work of Norman Rockwell and became one of the … Continue reading

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This Way or That Way?

The area just north of King’s Cross Station in London is an area undergoing intense redevelopment. This has been ongoing for several years and will continue for several more years. Each visit to the area reveals something new. Building sites … Continue reading

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Painting Flags

Trafalgar Square in London is one of the busiest squares in the city. Flanked by the National Gallery and home to Nelson’s Column and the famous Trafalgar Fountains it is a hot-spot for Tourists. And for pigeons. It is also … Continue reading

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