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Whinney's Birthday

Today was my friend Whinney’s birthday. This is what we did.

Review of Brigade Bistro and Bar

In the heart of suits city is converted fire station Brigade Bistro and bar. The restaurant sits on Tooley St once a run down road and a mecca for homelessness the newly regenerated area has bought the like of Restaurant Story and The Shard. 621 more words

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Rhymes and Ballads of London

My knowledge of poetry is limited, but like many kids I spent my formative years having popular nursery rhymes drummed into my head. Carole Tate’s… 237 more words

Children's Books

Wretched Richard's Almanac: If You Believe This, I've Got a Bridge . . .

April 18, 1968

Famous real estate deals abound — the sale of Manhattan for beads, the Louisiana Purchase, Seward’s Folly. One of the more unusual is the April 18, 1968, sale of London Bridge for a mere $1 million (of course, as any schoolchild knows, the thing was falling down). 189 more words


Four Kids, One Mom and The Monument

We hadn’t planned to visit The Monument during our family trip to London, but after walking across London Bridge, we found ourselves on the corner of Monument Street and Fish Street Hill, staring up at the golden flames atop Christopher Wren’s homage to London’s Great Fire of 1666. 281 more words

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London Bridge

London Bridge taken from South Bank, London.  Just experimenting in monochrome.



Recently I’ve got into photography. When I say recently I mean since last Christmas when my wife gave me some money towards a new camera. After a couple of months thinking what I might get, mulling over the magazines in WH’s,  gazing into the windows of Camera shops and surfing the net for all I could find, I finally took the plunge and bought a NEX 6 (Sony).   53 more words