Some photo-essays on subjects which caught my attention while shambling around the world.
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Saturday, July 09, 2011
Baker Street to Canary Wharf #5
This was a series of photographs I took from a taxi which was taking me to work on a Sunday morning.
Nice shop. Should be fun to work in that place.
Nice shop shutter. Some really strange cartoon characters there.
Walking along a long brick wall.
A bridge with plastic wrapped over it. With shops underneath.
Hanging T-Shirts. A rather interesting shop window display
A ROman Spa. Hmmm, might be worthwhile to pop in there one day.
Another building with lovely windows. Its called as the Corinthian House.
Doesnt that bridge look a bit like the Sydney Bridge? Well, a smaller one.
Now there’s a cool set of wall paintings.
How about these works of art?
A child of the Jago? Its supposed to be a cult shopping place. Hmmm, never heard of it.
Nice name and colour scheme. Strange place to put the apostrophe, no?
A lighting store? Wavy lights and a reflection of my taxi at the bottom central pane.
This stretch of Great Eastern Street is full of quirky shops.
Garden Walk to Great Eastern Street.
A children’s charity shop, looks like its associated with the Sharpe’s TV series somehow.
Tying laces next to parking for bikes.
Somalis carrying a suitcase on a shopping trolley. As one does.
Some more eager tourists I think. The bag is a dead give away.