Category Archives: Seen on the Street

Traces from history

What do you make of this? It’s an exterior wall with a door, and a letterbox to the left of it. That much is obvious. Then there is a labyrinth of markings – many in white but some in black. … Continue reading

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Walker plus one

An image shot in London a few months ago. A grab shot as I was surveying the reflections higher up and spotted this fellow moving into the scene.

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Split Screen

I’ve been looking through the Archive while the rain pours down. I remember this image  – shot in March 2012 in the Chelsea area of West London. It’s one of those images that you look at and think: how was … Continue reading

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Viewing St Paul’s – edited

Ten days ago I posted a version of this image (exactly as shot) in which there were two heads visible between the ankles of the giant of a man who stands tall close to the left edge of the image. … Continue reading

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Viewing St Paul’s

The view of St Paul’s Cathedral from Tate Modern, and particularly from the Millennium Bridge which crosses the River Thames directly at that point, is one of the classic views in London. Every time I walk along South Bank or … Continue reading

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Promenading

Eastbourne is a traditional seaside resort in East Sussex immediately to the East of Beachy Head, and the headland provides the perfect vantage point to view the town and its surroundings. The seafront stretches for three to four miles past … Continue reading

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Wait for me

A hundred yards or so down the promenade from the East Beach cafe in Littlehampton you will find this rather strange architectural feature. A snaking line that crosses the frame like the rollercoaster from hell. I’ve searched for information about … Continue reading

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