Photoblog: King’s Cross, the other side

29 April 2010

Last weekend I visited some of the King’s Cross Reveal Festival. I didn’t have many chances to take photos but I thought I should blog some of my photos: the other side of King’s Cross.

Camley Street Natural Park is one of the most unusual and unexpected finds in London. A miniature wildlife oasis in the heart of one of London’s largest regeneration projects – an area historically associated with deprivation and prostitution that it now London’s gateway to Europe. The famous King’s Cross gasholders – a landmark in their own right with a history and a future – remain a part of the area’s landscape. And London’s famous Brunswick Centre

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The things you see…

26 May 2009

I decided it was time to post some of the random photos I have taken out and about on my mobile phone. These are all from London over the last year.

Sunset from Hungerford Bridge

Sunset from Hungerford Bridge

Dinner on Southwark Bridge

Dinner on Southwark Bridge

"Fake Club"

Fake Club

Giraffe on wheels, St Pancras/Camden Town

Giraffe on wheels, St Pancras/Camden Town

Police art

Police art

"Underground" car park?

Underground car park?

Religious followers

Religious followers

Rooftop religion in King's Cross

Rooftop religion in King's Cross

"Wait here, I have gone to get help" in neon

Wait here, I have gone to get help in neon


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