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On Noses....they are watching you....85/100

On Tuesday night I was supposed to join Secret London Runs (the cleverest and most fun running company out there) to find the hidden noses of Soho followed by some pub conviviality. 998 more words


moving forward
no one stops
to ask why

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Photo: Admiralty Arch, London, c.b.w. 2011

Words: free verse, c.b.w. 2017


Artistic Licence

These two vintage postcards, published when London’s Admiralty Arch was still “new”, illustrate the liberties an artist could take with a scene compared to a photographer (in the days before Photoshop). 397 more words


Take Your Time: The Case of the Neurotic Photographer

One of the greatest impediments to me becoming a better photographer is that I wouldn’t want to be seen dead with a camera in my hand.  1,044 more words


Mental Health and Life Management With a Poem To Entice You

                This is a photo I took with a special close-up lens.  Photography can be so rewarding and fun

Today’s Poem:

All We Really Have… 1,158 more words

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London's iconic Admiralty Arch to be converted into a 100-bedroom hotel

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Admiralty Arch, one of the most iconic buildings in London which was used by Sir Winston Churchill, Lord Mountbatten and Lord Hailsham among other influential figures, has revealed that 12 top hotel operators are now interested in managing the new hotel and spa, along with serviced residences and private members’ club. 836 more words

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