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Monday, March 08, 2010

Carrying on with my day in the area of Spitlefields and Brick lane.


Carrying on with my day in london...on our way to Brick Lane!
This lady was hanging her wares on the railings for sale. Love the Cath Kitson bag hanging on the railing, doesn't go with the ladies attire, does it? Not being nasty just observant.
I saw this sign in a shop window and thought it was wonderful. Then l realised that the shop was called Skeleton! Very quirky but l love it!
I know this is a ruin but l think it looks beautiful. You can see part of the brick work and how decorative it had been and all the different colours of the bricks. Also with the tree growing out of the brickwork, you could call it Urban Nature.

This image of decorative material can be seen above an indian Resturant in Brick Lane. The sun was shinning and made the piece seem to shimmer.
If you look closely at the double wooden doors, you will see a message. It says, "Obey, Consume, Die". "That's right folks".....interesting!
First, there was a man dressed from head to foot in blue lycra, on a back drop of bright red paint work.............................................................................................................................................................
and then he was joined with another man(?) this time in red....what is going on people!!? Even their faces are enclosed in this material!!!
Ha! Was this some-one praticing their cross-stitch on this metal fencing?
I think you can sometimes take colour cordinating a little too far..don't you agree? l think he was a musican taking his stuff into the pub for a gig but l may be wrong!!!!
Don't you just love the juxaposition of  old and new building in London? I think it makes London so interesting and there is always something to see! And to end this blog piece, l am ending with a "Wotsit"!  Just in case you don't know what l am talking about.... See the face ...then on either side are  hands on the wall! Do you understand now?!

Night folksx

2 comments:

Erica said...

Thank you for visiting my Blog today......I love your photo's, they are great! Good composition.
I was in London a couple of years ago and I loved it there. Everything was what I imagined it to be......except driving on the opposite side was throwing me off.

....have a great day!!!

Beach House Living said...

Thanks you stopping by my blog. I enjoy taking photos too yet, hardly a photographer. I have never been to the UK; and look forward to seeing it through your lens.

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