See what it says on the hoarding? BEYOND BUSINESS. What could it be? A cathedral? World’s biggest boozer? A brothel? I’ll let you know in due course.
It was good of Sir Christopher Wren to leave us churches. They are used now to decorate the new City. Incidentally, in spite of all the destruction of the blitz, more churches were destroyed to make way for the first … Continue reading →
I’ve been walking through the City on my way to work since 2002. Here are some photos from a work without progress. The bridge was still new.The horizontal line of the Tate Modern was a rare thing in London … Continue reading →
One Sunday afternoon, two or three weeks ago, Sheila and I went for a little trip into the City. We took the train from Stoke Newington to Liverpool Street and then got on the first bus in Bishopsgate to go … Continue reading →
They’ve brought ibex back to parts of the French and Italian Alps where they’d been hunted to extinction, they’ve reintroduced beavers to the Scottish highlands and the great bustard to Salisbury Plain. The red kite has been a great success … Continue reading →
The sculpture makes you aware of the extraordinary self absorption of those who sit or lean or put their bags and rubbish on it. And there are now four big wheelie bins along side.
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I’m on the bus again and I miss a photo: man in shop doorway, the top half of his body concealed, jeans, white trainers, foot slowly tapping, and the sign in the window that says: SHOP OPEN 24 HOURS. Then … Continue reading →
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the little girl with the cautionary tales of Struwelpeter the girl almost hidden the girl abused inside and outside the glassthe girl with a strangerFA girl and new threat to SvenHeidiAttention Smokers! the new childrensame old rubbish posing
At various times over the last eight years I’ve written notes on and taken photos of the memorial at Liverpool Street to the 10,000 about to be orphaned Jewish children who came here from Germany and Austria in 1938. In … Continue reading →