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Camera Sony RX100M3
Camera Sony RX100M3
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Going home

When we visit London, I for some reason begin to observe people more. I begin to think of their background. What do they do for a living? Where do they stay? Do they have a family? Etc. etc. Thus I wondered where this lonely gent was going, as he slowly made his way along the rain soaked street. I still think of him,  when I look at the picture and wonder where he is now. For best viewing clock on image to enlarge. Camera nikon D5000
When we visit London, I for some reason begin to observe people more. I begin to think of their background. What do they do for a living? Where do they stay? Do they have a family? Etc. etc.
Thus I wondered where this lonely gent was going, as he slowly made his way along the rain soaked street. I still think of him,
when I look at the picture and wonder where he is now.
For best viewing click on image to enlarge.
Camera nikon D5000

A London Lane

Woburn Walk is an attractive Victorian pedestrian street at the northern end of Bloomsbury, just south of Euston Station.  It was designed by architect Thomas Cubitt in 1822 as a pedestrian street hence the street’s name today ‘Woburn Walk’.  As such it was London’s first purpose-built pedestrianized shopping street.  Much of the architecture has been preserved, including the Dickensian bow-fronted buildings.  Today these buildings house a variety of shops including bookshops, galleries, restaurants.  Despite its proximity to the travel hubs of Euston and Kings Cross, this charming walk is not well known by visitors to London but it is worth a visit. For best viewing click on image to enlarge. Camera Nikon D5000
Woburn Walk is an attractive Victorian pedestrian street at the northern end of Bloomsbury, just south of Euston Station. It was designed by architect Thomas Cubitt in 1822 as a pedestrian street hence the street’s name today ‘Woburn Walk’. As such it was London’s first purpose-built pedestrianized shopping street. Much of the architecture has been preserved, including the Dickensian bow-fronted buildings. Today these buildings house a variety of shops including bookshops, galleries, restaurants. Despite its proximity to the travel hubs of Euston and Kings Cross, this charming walk is not well known by visitors to London but it is worth a visit.
For best viewing click on image to enlarge.
Camera Nikon D5000