Having just posted images from Dreamland‘s opening weekend I thought I’d dig through the archives and see what I have from before renovation and before the fire which damaged the Grade II listed scenic railway.
Seeing as I’ve mentioned Arlington House in my Dreamland post I thought I’d share some old photos that I’d taken there before. I’m not sure what the future hold for this tower block now, follow this link for more detail, I know Tescos were after it at some point. Please no, surely anyone can see … [Read more…]
I love my Polaroid cameras and despite having quite a bit of expired original film in the fridge I am loving the second generation of B&W Impossible Project film. So here’s some from the Southbank, Tate Modern and some of the original film.
What feels like years ago I booked a long weekend at Living Architecture’s Dune House, 18 months later 4 adults and 4 children and one modern architect loving puppy went, we stayed, we breathed out and out and then in again and it was amazing. Almost a year later I’m blogging some images. I want … [Read more…]
We did this last year and loved it, however, this year was more about the Waterloo mirror wall…
My favourite bit of London. Long live concrete!
I’ve not blogged or shared these but feel the time is right as I’m exploring my film cameras again. Whitstable & Margate, two of my favourite places with my favourite people.
Beautiful. Inspiring. Green.
We have a few special breaks planned this year and Easter in Wales was one of them. There are three posts: Cardiff, Pen y Fan (our mountain climb) and Ty Hedfan where we stayed. This house is just amazing, I felt inspired and sick with jealousy all at the same time. Every detail had been … [Read more…]