Category Archives: Seen on the Street

Putting one’s feet up

As we get older, any little niche is good for a sit down. This is round the back of St Martin in the Fields church, Trafalgar Square, Central London. No fields near here at all, although I assume when this … Continue reading

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Lunch

Massive re-development of the area around Victoria station is matched by many new restaurants and cafes. This one caught my eye. Above street level, away from the hustle and bustle, and in a quiet corner, lunch is taken.

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walking around the perimeter_2

A second image from my recent walk around the exterior of the Shopping Mall. Click here to see the earlier Post. This image was taken primarily to capture the fractured reflections of the facade above the shops. If I had … Continue reading

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Faces in the window

A day trip yesterday to the Towner Gallery in Eastbourne to see the exhibition: A Green and Pleasant Land that ‘focuses on artists who have shaped our understanding of the British landscape and its relationship to identity, place and time‘. … Continue reading

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What’s on today?

Getting used to a new camera will inevitably result in a few errors, many of which will end in the trash. But don’t be too hasty – some might just be worth a second glance. My new Lumix LX 100 … Continue reading

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Two-way Observation

If you are viewing this in the WP Reader you will see a horizontal slice through the centre of this image (thanks to the stupidity of the way images are handled in WP) and the title will make no sense … Continue reading

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Cigarette Break

Lunch Hour in London is one of the best times to be walking the streets searching for images. Offices empty, cafes fill, the street population is ratcheted up by people talking on the phone, texting on the phone and catching … Continue reading

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