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lovelondonscenes 128 – From Flat Iron Square to Kings Cross

Yesterday Kath and I walked from Flat Iron Square, which is just down from Borough Market, through old London, to Kings Cross. Inspired in part by Peter Ackroyd’s “London – The Biography” which I’m reading at the moment. No other … Continue reading

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lovelondonscenes 127 – View from the Photographers’ Gallery towards Oxford Street

The Photographers’ Gallery is on Ramillies Street, between Oxford and Great Marlborough Streets in Soho. These shots were taken from the fifth floor of the gallery, through a window, with some kind of covering to mitigate the light coming through. … Continue reading

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lovelondonscenes 126 – Heron by Vauxhall Bridge

Walking to work yesterday the sun was shining and a lone heron was perched on the Thames shoreline at low tide. I couldn’t resist stopping and taking a few pictures. Shooting into the sun, the grey stones and mud, the … Continue reading

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In Manchester

On 24 and 25 March I spent some time in Manchester, one of England’s great cities, but one I don’t know terribly well, other than for its football and music. I’ve been there quite a few times in the past, … Continue reading

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lovelondonscenes 125 – Round Victoria way

Part of my London walk the other weekend was through the familiar territory of Westminster/Victoria, as I meandered up from the Tate Britain. Here are a few of the shots I took on the way. The first four were walking … Continue reading

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lovelondonscenes 123 – Edgware Road, evening falls

Last Saturday, after going to see the Paul Nash exhibition at Tate Britain, I walked through London – north to Marylebone and then west to Paddington, where I caught a train home. Had my camera and took some nice shots. … Continue reading

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Prague – the culture

In my first blog on Prague, I quoted Milan Kundera about the centrality of Czech culture to that of Western Europe. We experienced some of that in our three days in the city, focusing on the art and that historical … Continue reading

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