Tag Archives: Seen on the street

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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