Many photos have been taken of these buildings, specially the famous Lloyds building, here’s my contribution to them. It is, however, an experience walking around the quiet, empty street of the banking, commercial heart of London on a Saturday or Sunday.
My previous blog referred to the four Faces of Time, well here is a fifth face, following the principle that a river not only has two shores but three according to the teachings of the wise man of the Upper Amazon: The Three Halves of Ino Moxo. In future blogs I intend to represent the various other faces (phases) of Time
Eel Pie Island is, as the name suggests, an island situated on the river Thames tideway by Twickenham. Twice yearly the resident artists in the island open their studios to the public. A ramshackle boatyard is part of the charm of the island with old bits of machinery framing the small artists’ studios along a colourful path. Back in the 50s and 60s the…
I have been watching an interesting character here in central London, Piccadilly, for weeks but never had a chance to talk to him. I asked him if I could take his picture. He was quite agreeable. One of the many interesting people in London.
It is an overpowering feeling to see such abundance of patterns, yet there is order in that apparent caos.