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It’s been 9 months since my last post on my blog 😱😱. It certainly doesn’t feel that long ago but it just shows how quickly time flies by. 323 more words

Geometric patterning

The world would be a very different place without glass. That is a statement of the obvious. But it is when you view reflections in so-called flat glass windows that you appreciate that glass is so much more than a building material that keeps out the cold and brings light into interiors. 154 more words

Photography

The Metropolitan Railway, by John Betjeman

(Baker Street station buffet)

Early Electric! With what radiant hope
Men formed this many-branched electrolier,
Twisted the flex around the iron rope
And let the dazzling vacuum globes hang clear, 261 more words

A Poem

Hundreds show support for Muslim community at mosque rally

Rana Haidar says Islam teaches her to be tolerant, loving, and peaceful.

She moved to Canada from Syria 21 years ago, attends the London Muslim Mosque, and took part in the #LondonStandsWithMuslims solidarity rally today, after the tragic shooting in a mosque in Quebec left six people dead and 19 wounded. 587 more words

Canada

London October 2016 Day 3

Day 3 means vintage fair, Kenwood, Pergola Hill Garden and a bit of shopping! Hope you enjoy!

The Pop Up Vintage fair in Hampstead had everything I need for a lovely Sunday day: old clothes, jewellery, art, thingummies and delicious cake with tea. 97 more words

Travels

First Travel Vlog is Up!

I just uploaded my first travel vlog for my London trip last November.

Here it is!

Blog

An artsy day in London, July 2016, Part Three

Walking back to “Old Street”, taking some pictures on the way to bus stop G.

And waiting for the bus 55.

Next pictures taken from the upper deck front seats, a journey through Lewisham and Islington to Mayfair. 81 more words

London