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March 15, 2009

Off The Byways

Filed under: Days Out, People - Lives, Photo Sets. — adam @ 2:28 am

A collection from Bethnal Green to The Isle Of Dogs,  London.

I don’t lack inspiration, it’s not that the light is poor, I dunno, it’s like I’m dormant or something, I feel the spring calling and I’m waiting to jump into action, but as yet, its still cold out and I’ve done little work to maintain this blog. I have a new motorcycle however, well actually more like a modern classic that has taken up much of my free time I admit. Hey, the sun’s out again and the roads are dry! But as yet, I’ve not got much coming up photo events wise and my free time seems to consist mainly of seeing friends whilst staying warm. Although saying that, I have ventured out to gather takeaways from unusual distances, just an excuse to ride the bike really, and taken a few tours of new areas in search of interesting artifact subjects within East London.

These shots are snippets from those recce’s, and an attempt to continue to fulfill my desire to capture an alternate view of London; its people, its backstreets and byways, warts and all.

Shaded Sunset, easier to view from within a shadow; Behind Trafalgar Road, Greenwich, just eastwards from the Trafalgar Public House along the Thames.

Appealing Seats. No truer words; Cheshire Street, Bethnal Green.

Follow The Arrow Head;  Island Gardens, The Isle Of Dogs.

An Entrepreneur with his biodegradable environmental labeling system; Cable Street, Shadwell.

Sunsets orange rays stunningly reflected of the bricked banks of the Thames; Off Lassell Street, Greenwich

Stage Shadow. A park climbing frame with imagination; Off Crisp Street Market, All Saints.

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1 Comment »

  1. An interesting set of images in your latest blog, love the shadows captured in the last image. The CD Stall was well spotted along with the arrow head.

    Cheers

    Comment by Nigel — March 16, 2009 @ 1:41 pm

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