Tag Archives: Seen on the street

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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One four two

I guess some of you are thinking, the numbering system surely should be 1,2,3, etc; so what’s 1,4,2 mean? The answer is – I don’t know. Haven’t a clue. This was on the exterior of a building in central London … Continue reading

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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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At the Apple Store

I was in London briefly a couple of weeks ago and walked past the Apple Store near Oxford Circus. The store has a mezzanine level towards the rear of the store and I was intrigued by the clientele at the … Continue reading

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Look! – for critique

I’m putting up an image today for you to critique. It’s an image shot instinctively yesterday in Islington, London. It was a cold, but sunny day, and as I walked southwards the sun suddenly appeared from behind a tall building … Continue reading

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