Down Pillory St, tucked in between houses and winding cobbled roads lies the Victorian corner hardware store, where you can buy anything your imagination desires yet at night when the cold draws in and the darkness wraps around red brick and faded signs like a thick winters fog, The Old Curiosity Shop comes to life […]
As long as you give respect you get to drink with East London’s Finest. Even when they are shadows lurking in plain sight Taken with a Yashica 635 Ilford XP2 400 Scanned from negative using Epson V550
Friday 5pm London Bridge. Just in time for the weekend. Yashica 635. Kodak Portra 400. 120mm
Look up and you meet interesting spies looking down. Shot in the town of Granada, Spain. Fujifilm X20 (RAW) App Priority.
5pm Friday in the business district of London is always busy. Thousands of people rushing away from the big smoke and heading towards the weekend so they can forget their rat life ways. It’s a stressful time trying to get the tube and fighting your way through frustrated behaviours. And through all this congestion a […]
Beginning life as a church (1864) The church closed and the building was radically altered and a cinema license was obtained in 1912. The exterior is quite ornate for such a small cinema with the front and part of the side tiled in decorative terracotta tiling with ornate round windows with carved laurel leaves and […]
I stupidly went down the escalator that was turned off (Leicester Square tube station). It’s easy to get giddy half way. Though I braved it till the end. Only to turn around and find I was being chased but a very confident 10 year old that cleared the task in a matter of seconds.
London is full of simple art work that is totally ignored. Take a moment to look around and you see wonderful delights.