We descended upon London, totally embracing being tourists – drinking London’s pride ale, eating fish & chips, visiting Westminster Abbey and the London Tower. We walked through Hyde Park in the rain and looked in awe at the crown jewels. We looked out over the vista of an English countryside, quiet and lush in the early morning mist at Windsor Castle, before turning back the hands of time to the wonders of Stonehenge. We laughed over a cup of tea at Oxford and watched the students walk by with our future in their hands. The beautiful streets, so proud, the people so elegant, I’ll always remember London as lovely as the classical music playing at Dean Street over the sound of soft falling rain.
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…may you have a weekend full of long walks with meaningful people.
Light dancing through trees, clocks striking six… Memories of London.
Epic walks through London’s windy streets, watching the people and pace of life pass by with just an old film camera and a pair of penny loafers… London, come rain or come shine~
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Walks along the Thames, rainy afternoons, fish & chips and famous historical sites…
Here are some peaceful moments of London, From Me To You:
in Trafalgar Square
In my fall tweeds and new shades… that look old (but of course)
When I take photos such as this I drop them into a box that sits on my desk and every time I think about what my future children or grandchildren will think when they discover the old polaroids of my life… I hope I can inspire them to live a great life that is their life.
All images were taken with my Pentax Spotmatic & Tri-X 400 film