“She referred to the high-rise as if it were some kind of huge animate presence, brooding over them and keeping a magisterial eye on the events taking place.” (J.G.Ballard, High Rise)
karen and al just looking
no trickery just reflections. taken in Salzburg, Austria.
taken with the bendy lensbaby lens!
the lido at tooting bec (south london) was built in 1906 and is a wonderful art deco building. it’s open air and really a bit cold, but so lovely on a hot summer’s day. this is the glass on the outside of the changing rooms. it’s a digital photo taken with an analogue lens, the […]
flowers in monochrome are sublime. and because i know my Mum will see this…. Happy Mother’s Day 🙂
it’s nearly spring… yesterday was a beautiful day here, blue skies, warm sunshine.
2 apples, 3 sticks of celery, 2 inches of cucumber, some ginger and half a lemon. juice directly into glass, wait with quiet panic for it to spill all over the kitchen …it didn’t. lucky this time!
at the BFI cafe on South Bank
This outdoor pool at Tooting Bec is an art deco charm. It has these wonderful colourful cubicles around the outside. The water isn’t heated so it’s not for the faint-hearted 😉
view over the Thames to the west from London Bridge one sunny evening, double exposed.
“With freedom, books, flowers and the moon, who could not be happy?” (Oscar Wilde)
orchids sometimes seem like they’re up to something. tonight my orchid was looking enchantingly menacing. there’s also something ethereal about monochrome photography in nature… here’s a rose from last summer: