Tag: london

Isolation #10

One of things I miss about Central London is being able to walk through empty streets and places at the weekend, with time to stop and stare. This alley is Chichester Rents, an ancient thoroughfare incorporated into a modern office development. I liked to… Continue Reading “Isolation #10”

A slow shutter on a moving world

Chaos is a friend of mine Bob Dylan Just before going to new Zealand in January, I spent the weekend in Central London – my old hunting ground – and once more I was struck by the chaos of the crowds, the melee in… Continue Reading “A slow shutter on a moving world”

A good crossing

Anchored onto Brunel’s original suspension bridge buttresses, the architectural cable deck-stays and pylons of the Golden Jubilee footbridge make a secure statement for what is, and has been, a pedestrian crossing of the river Thames here since 1845 Joining this week’s Which Way Photo… Continue Reading “A good crossing”