In the former Naval industrial town of Woolwich, close to the foot tunnel under the Thames and the ferry crossing, is the ODEON Woolwich. Designed by George Coles and opened in 1937, it has lived three lives. As an ODEON until 1981, the Coronet until 1999, and now as the New Wine Church. The building's magnificent facade is still impressive and modern 81 years later.Read More
Opened in 1938 and half destroyed during WWII. While it was rebuilt and restored to it's original glory then, it has been very poorly treated since the 70's. I visited recently and, on seeing it's current state, decided it had to be my next subject. It deserves some new love.Read More
Trinity Road station (Tooting Bec since 1950) was designed by Charles Holden and opened in 1926 as part of the Morden extension of the City & South London Railway. This is the east entrance to the station which was unusual for being so narrow and for having three large glazed roundels on the top tier.Read More
Osterley station is situated near the end of the Picadilly line on the London Underground. This is one of a series of artworks dedicated to beautiful art deco buildings of London.Read More
Turquoise Island is situated on the corner of Westbourne Grove and Colville Road in Notting Hill, London, UK. And it belongs in your life.Read More
If your middle name really is danger then you should probably wear some kind of warning.
That, or those burritos weren't as fresh as you thought!Read More
Celtic designs with intricate intertwined knotworkRead More
I'm not Mexican. Only about one in every 60 people is! But I do like a Calavera. So much so that I created my own.Read More
Aesop never told you how the puffer fish got its jacket did he? Sometimes it's best not to ask.
As to why they are called puffer fish; now you know!Read More