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Macro Photography : Waiting for Spring - Vintage edition by GRoyer

Taken in the garden, with a “Vintage” edit in Aperture. It’s been a long and cold winter Down Under, and I can’t wait for spring to come, neither can the blossoms on the trees. 23 more words

The gentrification of Camberwell

I was thrilled when the Evening Standard announced that they were covering Camberwell in Homes and Property (today, people! Today!). I love H&P. It’s the covetous, property porn jam to my otherwise disappointing Wednesday toast. 1,465 more words


collective espresso

owning a dog is like owning a small child, very needy (well mine is) and really annoying most of the time, but i can never bring myself to leave him. 622 more words


The mad and comical world of Kyle Platts

We first got into illustrator Kyle Platt‘s work at this year’s Pick Me Up at Somerset House, where his comical drawings explored our basic impulses. 54 more words


Restaurant Review - Angels and Gypsies Camberwell

This restaurant is a little hidden gem – tucked away in Camberwell, South East London – an area most people avoid but which isn’t all bad. 295 more words


Africa Live Festival @ The Elephant and The Nun 2014

This weekend sees the return of the Elephant & Nun, a quirky arts festival in Southwark involving local artists and the community. A host of different areas will be taking over Burgess Park in Camberwell, south London, including the Global Local Stage, The Village Hall Experience, The Aylesbury Live, Plug In To Perform, Kinetika Bloco parade, Rumble in the Jumble, Irvin’s Funfair and Burgess BMX. 144 more words


Alf Collins and Gaumont: south-east London's cinematic past

This is a guest post for Silent London by Tony Fletcher, film historian at the Cinema Museum, about director-actor Alf Collins. Some of Collins’ Gaumont films will be shown… 979 more words

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