This is York House watergate, 150 yards from the Thames in Victoria Embankment Gardens. In the 1800’s the Thames lapped at the steps.
Don’t believe me? here’s your proof. They moved the Thames embankment, not the watergate.
This is the worlds smallest Police station. In service during WW2, it is now retired and a cleaners storage cupboard.
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The renowned artist, Hazel asked me to catalogue her work. Here is some. Vita is Latin for ‘Life’ apt for this water vase (or wine carafe?)
Bird and bath.
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Armed with a couple of neutral density filters, I made my way to the motorway bridge.
With an exposure of 6 seconds, the traffic almost disappeared.
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Photographs at Duxford are difficult to make look interesting, rather than another picture of a plane. So I have tried some interesting angles.
Some planes are very happy.
World Trade Centre steel joist following the attack on 911.
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