It was a cold but brilliantly sunny day so a walk along the canal from Kingsland Road was in order…had a stroll around the sparsely populated market (it was a Friday after all) around Camden Passage…picked up a 1958 Tiger Annual from one of the many bookstalls and decided the £20 asking price was a bit steep so put it back…couldn’t resist taking this atmospheric picture along Upper Street before crossing the road to catch the number 30 bus to Dalston Junction…
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People tell me that I am to blame that maybe its all in my head and that im just paranoid that I make more of things and see what is not really there.No im not stupid I know whats going on.I think I see exactly what is there and I come to the conclusion that some of the people I run into in this life are vile and soul destroying.A few years ago I was walking through the new Angel shopping precinct and I saw a black man who I thought I knew from the market.As I got closer just out side the book shop Borders I nodded at him smiled and said. 7,167 more words
This week, I take on the challenge by visiting America’s answer for the best burger which originated from their home country, yes I am indeed talking about… 399 more words
LUCY ROSE: "I feel like I’m right at the beginning of something. I’ve achieved something but I still have a long way to go."
Last time Lucy Rose toured the UK almost all of the dates sold out, despite her still being what could be described as an underground artist, a testament to her skill and popularity as an artist. 1,259 more words
We had class all day, complete with a showing of Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere. It’s about a secret parallel London- it’s fun to see what names you can recognize and the puns they make (the Angel Islington tube stop becomes an actual angel- played by Peter Capaldi). 748 more words