Project 611 - 4711 Foxtrot
Playing in the rain
Clothesline / Unlocked
This photo reminded me of some Alfred Hitchcock movies. The man subsequently disappeared into a hidden door in this alleyway, never to be seen again.
I took this picture while on my way to work in Swindon one morning - I would bike to get there before 07:00.
Seeing the walkways reminded me of descriptions I've read of Havana - balconies with clotheslines in between, where neighbours chat with one another.
Amsterdam, September 2016. You could hear the rolling thunder and the rain. It rained the rest of that entire day.
Taken at one of Amsterdam's many hidden markets
Taken at the Southwark/London Bridge area
Ever evolving, ever changing, Hackney Wick never stays the same.
A tribute to the Ella Fitzgerald song by the same name, coffee can always make one seem contemplative... even when a brownie's involved!
The Central Line, rush hour, people are crammed, the intimacy is lost onto many.
De Negen Straatjes ("The Nine Streets" in Dutch) is one of the oldest neighbourhoods of Amsterdam and one of the most iconic-looking, with the narrow streets between the main canals.
Men at Work
Amsterdam's streets and canals are full of these picturesque (pun intended) sceneries, if one only bothers to look.
Through the Corridor
Snapped this by Covent Garden's Maiden Lane.
There's this restaurant at the Seven Dials, not too far from Covent Garden, where you order delicious food directly from the kitchen in an intimate atmosphere.
A quiet moment in the London Underground