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Bottles

Last weekend we went to the Open Studios weekend at Pullens Yards in Kennington, London. The Pullens Yards, based in the heart of London were purpose-built for designer-makers in the late 1880s. These workshops are still home to a range … Continue reading

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I’m Looking

There’s only one answer to the request: ‘Look at This’, and that is: ‘I’m Looking’. But what am I actually seeing. This is a boarded up Advertising site (Billboard or Hoarding) on Southbank that someone has painted blue, and now … Continue reading

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The Face in the Window

I should make one thing clear. This is not a self-portrait. The eyes are the wrong colour. But apart from that… I have no idea what the strap line means, but I am reasonably sure it is suitable for publication. … Continue reading

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Need a helping hand?

The image for today was taken two minutes after the one posted two days ago – click here to see that previous image. Street photography is not easy and I’m not entirely comfortable taking candid shots of people. Everyone has … Continue reading

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Same Window, Different Poster

Four weeks ago I posted ‘Looking at you’. Click the link if you missed it, to see the earlier poster. We returned to this same precinct just before Easter and the Man in the poster had gone. To be replaced … Continue reading

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Looking at You

A benign, non-threatening, expressionless face looking straight ahead fills a vast floor to ceiling window in a fashion store in this shopping precinct. He’s certainly an eye-catcher. Ladies – you might call him handsome. Reflections of the shop windows opposite … Continue reading

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Advertising Windows

Another brief trip to London this week, which also happened to be School Half Term holiday week, so trains were filled with horribly noisy small children who hogged all the seats meaning the older members of society were obliged to … Continue reading

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Seatsticks

It always pays to wander off the main tourist streets in London, and I expect the same is true of all major cities. Away from the crowds, on corners, in back alleys sometimes, you will find a different London. The … Continue reading

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Do my eyes deceive me?

No, your eyes do not deceive you. Yes, that is a portion of the rear end of a classic 1960s American car. And No, it is not a trick shot or a montage. Difficult though it may be to believe, … Continue reading

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Triplets

We are nearly midway through June and I was expecting to be outdoors with a camera. But I’m not as this prolonged spell of cold, grey, wet and sometimes windy weather continues with the occasional brief respite. And so I’m … Continue reading

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