Since going back to work I get so much more exercise, all walking but better than before. Today I was not at work though, as I had a hospital appointment for some tests. I am pleased to say that they turned out ok, and other than worrying about the appointment I had a nice day.
This delapidated warehouse was just round the corner.
It was wet and misty and all the tops of the buildings were in the clouds.
Scary owl to deter pigeons at London Bridge.
I liked this poster. I was sitting too far away to get a good picture but you get the idea.
In the loo. Too like a face not to take its picture.
At the coffee van where I got coffee when I had finished in the hospital.
Hands, Face, Space. No people in shot as it was really quiet. On the train too.
The street that the underpass led to was a how the other half lives place. Massive Victorian mansions, possibly flats but I think some were whole houses. I came across this blue plaque to someone called Samuel Smiles. A great name I had not heard of. He was a Scottish author and government reformer. He thought that new ideas rather than new laws would lead to more progress. He wrote a book called 'Self-Help' which promoted thrift and attacked materialism, and cited hard work and education as the route out of poverty. All sounds pretty sensible to me! Sensible Sammy Smiles.
These two gardens were my favourites.
Do Not Push
Not the village. Looks like the edge of the world.