Tag Archives: Oxford Street

Playing for Life and Love

I heard him long before I saw him – the unmistakable sound of a saxophone, playing a popular tune. The playing was nuanced and well phrased. I was returning to Oxford Street after visiting the Photographers’ Gallery, and as I … Continue reading

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Geometric patterning

The world would be a very different place without glass. That is a statement of the obvious. But it is when you view reflections in so-called flat glass windows that you appreciate that glass is so much more than a … Continue reading

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Streamers

John Lewis – a chain of up-market department stores in the UK is celebrating 150 years of business. We were in London last week and popped into the flagship store on Oxford Street and were surprised by superlative displays in … Continue reading

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Facade

The speed of development in central London at times seems bewildering. Cranes pock mark the sky and at every turn there is evidence of change. Today’s image is of a very small section of a vast new building nearing completion … Continue reading

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Bus Passes

Last week I was walking along Oxford Street in London’s West End when I came across a very modern and unusual glass façade. Cue an image. Classic London buses were continually passing by and provided a strong visual contrast to … Continue reading

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Flying the Flag

Those of you who follow this Blog and read yesterday’s Post will know that I was speaking in London yesterday about my photography and more importantly about developing my presence on the web. And it has been due to preparation … Continue reading

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