blue. green. cracked window. happy
tiny street art near columbia road flower market.
two for a fiver, three for a tenner are common cries from the vendors at the end of the day…
this was definitely one of my favourite finds.
busy brick lane | people sit on the sidewalk to eat lunch
a mirror hung on a door gives passersby a sneaky peek into the shop – i would guess it’s intended to lure people in.
christ church, spitalfields | a dude poses for a photo by the winning design of the inaugural Spitalfields Sculpture Prize – Kenny Hunter’s hand-sculpted goat
since the royal wedding in april, there have been longer-than-normal queues outside westminster cathedral
a day exploring east london with the lovely angie. i took more photos with people in them than usual, intent on providing some context. how’d i do?
[map] we walked from old street station to the albion cafe to pick up a sandwich… headed to colombia road flower market then down through brick lane and spitalfields. i think we covered most of east london’s busy sunday spots!
4 thoughts on “postcards from london”
Wonderful, familiar sights to my eyes and heart – merci!
I love that portrait mural! It’s amazing! So wonderfully impressionistic. :D
Thank you again for such a wonderful day! Your photos have come out brilliantly – can’t wait to see your film ones too. x
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