Archive for the ‘London’ Category

London Abstract Photographs: Structure [Fragment 3]

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In December of 2009 I spent six days wandering about London, just looking around with my camera. Memorial for the ‘Glorious Dead’ standing in the middle of Parliament Street, between Trafalgar Square and Houses of Parliament, London England. Standing on the Tower Bridge looking east along the River Thames, with detail of one of the […]

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London Abstract Photographs: Faces of Stone [Fragment 2]

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In December of 2009 I spent six days wandering about London, just looking with my camera. In the center of London, next to the theatres, is Leicester Square. The square was filled with carnival games impossible to win, cars spinning in puke circles, and the statues stood quietly looking on, displaying no emotion. At the […]

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London Abstract Photographs: Movement [Fragment 1]

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In December of 2009 I spent six days wandering about London, just looking around with my camera. Hidden underground, at the Hyde Park Corner station, is the simple and typical red, blue and white circle and rectangle that symbolizes all that is the London Underground. Standing on a corner, watching the world flow by at […]

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Uncategorizable Photo: London Science Museum, WC Exhibition

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    Of all the photographs I took in London in December of 2009, there was one that obstinately would not fit in any category.     In the basement of the London Science Museum is a ‘How Things Work’ exhibit. This is an obviously older exhibit, as most of the items look to be from the 1950’s, but […]

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10 Photographs: Typically England

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Typical bench, in a typical park: London. The incredibly thin doors, which are the spectator entrances to the Fulham Football Grounds: London. Walking toward Exmouth along the estuary of the River Exe. Devon. The walking path from Lympstone to Exmouth: Devon. The continuing path from Lympstone to Exmouth, next to the once-every-half-hour train tracks: Devon. […]

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Kew Gardens, London

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The infamous Kew Gardens is about to celebrate it’s 250th year. Kew has always been on my list of places to visit, not because of the vegetation, but because of the history.  Everywhere in the world I have traveled, it seems there were pioneers there, 200 years before me, that were sent by Kew, or […]

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London: A Different Camden Locks

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     I remember Camden Locks being dirty and dangerous. Not dangerous to me, because I had the look, and walked the walk. But dangerous to those uptight Thatcherites in their public school clothing.      This was almost 20 years ago now, but I remember the leather jackets, (which I wore), the alternative band t-shirts (I had Jesus […]

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Photography: Fulham Palace Road Cemetery

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The Fulham Palace Road Cemetery, London.

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