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SO WHAT DO I DO in LONDON????

Admittedly I came here with no particular project in mind…I thought I’d find a world I didn’t know and was determined to mine it. So this is what I’ve done: –WALKED around exploring the Boroughs–first Shoreditch, now Hoxton, my neighborhoods, … Continue reading

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DAZED Fashion Forum–East London

DAZED Fashion Forum–East London Imagine a 46,000 square foot warehouse–cobblestone entry across from the gardens of the Geffrye Museum–Inside, Roman arched ceilings of brick going the cavernous length of an old factory but lightened with white construction sacks filled with … Continue reading

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Dazed

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Dazed Fashion Forum

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MORE ENGLISH PLACE NAMES and WORDS

MORE ENGLISH PLACE NAMES and WORDS It seems like every street, neighborhood or town has a long Wiki entry because England is all about its history in every part of its fabric. So here are a few places I’ve been: … Continue reading

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And I thought the English spoke English!!

And I thought the English spoke English!!  I’m doing a good bit of translation to put morsels in me mouth and to find my way round London Town. Here’s some British foods: STEAK and DOOM PIE–one of the most potent … Continue reading

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Orkney Pictures

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ORKNEY Islands, SCOTLAND June 2015

I’ve just celebrated the  Solstice and ten days thereafter way up above the Scottish mainland on the gentle green hills of the Orkney islands where the North Sea meets the Atlantic at a white tide line just beyond the Fowl … Continue reading

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Pictures from London

     

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Shoreditch, East End, London, UK

Said to be the Brooklyn of London, Shoreditch does share a number of that NYC borough’s traits: it was “the worst slum in Europe” the dreaded East End–just 15 years ago and is now so gentrified that few natives can … Continue reading

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