Category Archives: Shop

October Squares: Lines (16)

Another image taken yesterday during my adventure with Becky, Queen of Squares! We spent so much time talking (and eating) that I took ony 5 images….what a shame! More window lines (and contours) ….. Linked to October Squares at Becky’s

October Squares: Lines (16)

Another image taken yesterday during my adventure with Becky, Queen of Squares! We spent so much time talking (and eating) that I took ony 5 images….what a shame! More window lines (and contours) ….. Linked to October Squares at Becky’s

October Squares: Lines (15)

I’m slow off the mark today, but in Guildford (where I spent a seriously chatty few hours with Becky of Squares fame), I saw this window full of lines and squares: I missed a trick, because I should have got

October Squares: Lines (15)

I’m slow off the mark today, but in Guildford (where I spent a seriously chatty few hours with Becky of Squares fame), I saw this window full of lines and squares: I missed a trick, because I should have got

Midday light

I posted evening light the other day, from a trip down by a canal. Today it’s midday light, as my friend and I had seen a rose garden, had a light lunch, and were taking a look in the gift

Midday light

I posted evening light the other day, from a trip down by a canal. Today it’s midday light, as my friend and I had seen a rose garden, had a light lunch, and were taking a look in the gift

Street / 49

Outside the barber’s on a gloomy day in London….why is it everyone is checking their phones these days? I liked the patina of age in the brickwork and window frame, and all those photographs on the interior wall, and the

Street / 49

Outside the barber’s on a gloomy day in London….why is it everyone is checking their phones these days? I liked the patina of age in the brickwork and window frame, and all those photographs on the interior wall, and the

One / 178

Seen in a nearly empty tea shop, I was amused by the sign exhorting customers to “Keep Calm and queue here”

One / 178

Seen in a nearly empty tea shop, I was amused by the sign exhorting customers to “Keep Calm and queue here”