Category Archives: Architecture

An oblique view

I had clambered onto a bench, most inelegantly, and helped by my friend, in order to capture the view posted for his week’s ‘Wordless Wednesday’…..except that I didn’t. I just couldn’t line up for that image which I eventually managed

An oblique view

I had clambered onto a bench, most inelegantly, and helped by my friend, in order to capture the view posted for his week’s ‘Wordless Wednesday’…..except that I didn’t. I just couldn’t line up for that image which I eventually managed

Should have gone to Specsavers?

Makes your eyes hurt, all these reflections… Seen from London Bridge the other (rather dull-weather) day, this brightened things up! I loved all the myriad reflections:

Should have gone to Specsavers?

Makes your eyes hurt, all these reflections… Seen from London Bridge the other (rather dull-weather) day, this brightened things up! I loved all the myriad reflections:

Getting the Shot

Three images from the other day, as I was people-watching: The things we get up to for our photography!

Getting the Shot

Three images from the other day, as I was people-watching: The things we get up to for our photography!

One / 210

Well, this is, effectively One / 209 from St Dunstan revisited, or rather taken from a different POV. I prefer the window at the back in this version, and the archway, but I had to walk down some steps to

One / 210

Well, this is, effectively One / 209 from St Dunstan revisited, or rather taken from a different POV. I prefer the window at the back in this version, and the archway, but I had to walk down some steps to

One / 209

Seen at the remains of an old church, bombed in the Blitz, St Dunstan’s in the East. A lovely little space near the City in London, a glimpse of the past….

One / 209

Seen at the remains of an old church, bombed in the Blitz, St Dunstan’s in the East. A lovely little space near the City in London, a glimpse of the past….