Category Archive: London

London Bright

Late night London, Shadwell, running to wait for a train when I came across the overwhelming brilliance of M. “What do you want to take my photo for?”  she asked. “Because you’re beautiful!”… Continue reading

Photo Therapy

I recently returned from the fun and pleasure of a family event in London – the wedding of our son to his beautiful wife.  Part of the preparation involved getting together a selection… Continue reading

London Light

Originally posted on Monochromia:
Time travelling through London.

NY-London Daze of Confusion

Photography is such a moody business. From spring sunshine in New York and Mad Men on 9th Ave who don’t bat an eyelid to a prickly punk giving me the finger in London… Continue reading

Disorientation

“Chasing the light through endless tunnels for an answer to the never-ending question “Where are you from?”  Upon reflection, there are  times I hardly know where I am, let alone where I am… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Contrast

LONDON CALLING . . . This week I was so excited to be back in London, if only for two days.  How to squeeze the most out of such a brief visit when… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Indulge

Photo Indulgence The indulgence of a quiet moment in the sunshine of a London summer Black and white Kodak film Once upon a time, to take a photograph was an indulgence.  Film, and… Continue reading

September 11, Keeping It Quiet

That the sun rises on another day is not only inevitable, sometimes it is a miracle. Ten years ago today the sun dropped from a bright blue New York sky, sinking into an… Continue reading

The One That Got Away

A wonderful post, Dwellology, written by a New York realtor, caught my eye yesterday.  Written from the heart, it exposed pangs in mine as I remembered, whilst trying so hard to forget, the… Continue reading

Wedding Bells . . .

. . . will soon ring out in celebration of the union of Prince William and his bride, Catherine.  It feels almost as though, standing there together, about to take their vows, she… Continue reading

A Certain Wedding . . .

Last week, domestic goddess Nigella Lawson made a magnificent splash in the warm waters of Bondi Beach. Wearing a burkini. Photos of her appeared all over the front pages of  the UK dailies and… Continue reading

Closing Borders

Did coffee kill the big book store? Once upon a time, book stores sold books.  Wall to wall, floor to ceiling, the latest hard-backs sat primed at the front with their luscious glossy covers,… Continue reading

New York, London . . .

. . .Sticklepath!  Beneath the mists rolling down from the moor we huddle by the gentle fire, the cold damp settling into the skin.  Nature’s soothing balm. The night so quiet but for the… Continue reading

Another day . . .

. . . another bar.  It is Friday evening and we are out at JFK waiting for our flight to London.  This is more than a departure from our usual routine for Friday… Continue reading