people watching

This past week has been pretty awesome on the Fylde coast, we’ve had Lytham Festival with all sorts and everything in music and we’ve had the Punk Rebellion at the Winter Gardens followed by the airshow.. and the town has been filled with the weird and wonderful  The best thing for me is it givesContinue reading “people watching”

33a S. Schwartz 33a

What a fabulous treasure I found while wandering around London, the old wooden doors of 33a Fournier St Spitalfields are a piece of urban art… -“between numbers 33 and 35 is a passageway that formerly led to Worrell’s yard and dwelling house”-(British History online) and in the 40s the sign said the entrance led toContinue reading “33a S. Schwartz 33a”

Words & Music

Spring time usually means it’s time to thoroughly clean the house, vacuum under the heavy furniture and take everything off the shelves to dust …but those who know me well know I would much rather be out on the streets taking photographs than spend a day dusting and vacuuming.  Yesterday though, because I could seeContinue reading “Words & Music”

Painted Black & Serendipitous Blur

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Blur.” On a recent trip to London I sat on a window seat in a pub in Leicester Square and pondered on the fact that in the 1980s BT sold off a number of their red phone boxes to New World Payphones,  -http://www.telephonecardcollector.com/new-world-payphones.htm-     New WorldContinue reading “Painted Black & Serendipitous Blur”