26 Feb 2011

A Week In Pictures

Visiting  Labour & Wait was a highlight
Token Alpaca photo

I've always wanted to visit The Barbican and I finally got around to it. I really love the Brutalist nature of the complex.
Got this from England at Home in Brighton
I've had a really busy week with a short trip to London/Brighton, minus any London Fashion Week. I plan on catching up with all the shows over the weekend. Here's a few snaps of my week, I ticked a few boxes in terms of places I wanted to visit but not all as London was rammed (my bad for choosing half term to go eh).

For all you guys that live in London some of these images are probably a bit old hat to you but I guess you can see the kind of things I find interesting. If you know anything any some of the things I have snapped please let me know. It's all been slow on the replying to comments and catching up with blogs but I'll get there.

27 comments:

  1. Great pics...you have a super eye for composition!

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  2. wow, brilliant shots. oui i agree with wonderchris (above) you do have good eyes for composition!

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  3. lovely photos.

    I love alpacas!

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  4. Hey, welcome back, looks like a crazy structural week over at london/ south ( all those buildings, is what I mean)

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  5. The images are not old hat at all, your shots in and around Brick Lane are amazing! A totally different perspective on what I see every day. Glad you made it to Labour & Wait, I love it in there, but I can't believe I didn't get to see you - next time for sure! What's this top photo of? I don't recognise it!

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  6. You've been really busy! I was in London fleetingly last week and it was horrendously busy indeed. Love the squirrel graffiti haha! jazzy ♥

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  7. Just finished breakfast and could easily tuck into what you're having there.

    London's never looked better!

    C.

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  8. great pictures xoxo

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  9. I love all your pics. You pay so much attention to details on the street. I never notice things when I walk xxx

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  10. makes me want to go to brighton SOON x

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  11. Love all the photos, especially the Barbican ones...I love brutalist architecture, the buildings definitely aren't the prettiest but they're so fascinating; its a real shame when any are demolished. I'm going to London in a month or two so I might just have to go there for a look :)

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  12. One of my favorite areas of London, Brick Lane. Great pics.
    snappy x
    www.snappylifestyle.com

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  13. You got some great shots with great perspectives. I don't know London too well, so interesting to me.

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  14. That's too funny about the Strongbow! It's so expensive here. $5/beer at the pub.. or $10 for a 4 pack at the specialty store! But it's so yummy. I don't mind paying extra for it.

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  15. Love the pictures so much, different takes on familiar sites! Ohhh hope you enjoyed the Barbican after the anticipation of wanting to go :)

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  16. Great picks!!!

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  17. the little bird in the 4th pic... So subtle, but so cute! :) Nice pictures too, you've been keeping busy! :)

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  18. That squirrel is insaane!
    I don't live in London so these pics were great to meander through - a refreshing break from red buses and giant clocks :P xxx

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  19. looks like a fantastic trip !
    great photos and lovely blog.
    xxx

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  20. You have an amazing eye. I love your photos of ugly buildings!

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  21. Ayo, recognize quite a few of those places/shots. People always stop to take a photo of that twisting connection thing up near Covent Garden. They need more of those around London.

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  22. All of those pictures are awesome! I especially like the squirrel on the wall one!

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  23. It looks like you had a good week :)

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  24. I love that bridge by the Royal Opera House! (and Shoreditch of course!)

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  25. I love these photos, the third photo down is my fav that is thee cutest graffiti ever :)

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  26. Great pics..glad you made it to the Barbican

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