- As our political world implodes, here's some light relief - my Top Ten albums of 2018 and more besides! Pride of pl… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 3 days ago
- lovelondonscenes154 - the lake by Osterley Park looking particularly beautiful today. tfw5.com/2018/12/11/lov…… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 4 days ago
- RT @peoplesvote_uk: Lord Heseltine: Every fibre of our being tells us that the privileges that earlier generations created for us must be h… 6 days ago
- My review of the great Nils Frahm at Hammersmith Apollo last Tuesday. tfw5.com/2018/12/07/nil… @nilsfrahm #nilsfrahm https://t.co/144lbELrKe 1 week ago
- My tribute to the music of Pete Shelley and the Buzzcocks. tfw5.com/2018/12/07/rip… #peteshelley #buzzcocks 1 week ago
Category Archives: Photos – lovelondonscenes
I went for a cycle this afternoon – just a quick spin, which took me past Osterley Park, which is sandwiched between the A4 and M4 just west of Ealing. It’s a lovely park, a place we used to go … Continue reading
Yesterday I spent a few hours at the Tate Modern working on the follow up novel to “The Decision”. Afterwards, around 4.30, I walked over the Millenium Bridge en route to Mansion House tube station. The views of the City … Continue reading
Last Sunday was a beautiful, crisp, sunny day, and I took the opportunity for a stroll along the river from Albert Bridge near Battersea Park to my old favourite, Hammersmith. I wanted to time it so I caught the sunset … Continue reading
I was walking along the river yesterday lunch time, heading for the Tate Modern. I liked this scene near Blackfriars railway bridge, of the City caught in a low cloud or mist. St Paul’s stands aloof. In black and white.
On Sunday I walked along the Thames from Wandsworth Bridge to London Bridge. I was pleased to see that part of the route by Battersea Power Station is now open, so you don’t have to divert along the roads quite … Continue reading
Inspired by the excellent “London Nights” photo exhibition at the Museum of London , which I saw a week or so ago, I took this shot and turned it into black and white. It was 6 o’clock in the evening.