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Writing Flatly in London: 1/15/17


Hustle and bustle through crowded streets

Through crowded flats

Through crowded rooms

American voices that I know, although vaguely now

The standard “Hello’s and smiles, room filled with laughter… 166 more words


London: Days 4 & 5

My first Saturday in London was cut heartbreakingly short due to the extreme efforts of the cold that had taken over my body—although I am relieved to say that after  1,486 more words

52 Week Photography Challenge | Wires of the Underground | London

Wires of the Underground

Preparing for Christmas gave me little time to stay on track with this challenge so I’m skipping ahead a few weeks.. 81 more words


(Poetry) Writing Flatly in London: 1/8/17

A few months ago, I decided I wanted to start dabbling in poetry to supplement my typical content on this website. I’ll be living and studying in London for the next four months, so I thought now would be a good time to start describing my thoughts and experiences here through poetry. 264 more words


London Underground

A few shots from the London underground taken on our recent trip to the capital:

© Mark Simms Photography (2016)


London's Subway System Once Used These Busy Tunnels. But Now? Whoa.

One thing I never understood is why abandoned subway stations and tracks exist throughout New York City. We let these places rot underground in a place where every square foot of real estate is a precious commodity. 16 more words


"Mind the Gap" - London's Tube

The London Underground (also known as the “Tube”) is the world’s first underground railway system and the main source for London’s public transportation. The Tube’s multiple railways stretch 249 miles above and below the city, making it convenient to travel just about anywhere throughout London in a short amount of time. 250 more words