Archive for October, 2008
This afternoon, a group of zombies shambled down Oxford St in London… I was there to witness this terrifying event and record it in JPG format!
Many more zombie photos on my Flickr stream….
Followers of this blog know that I regularly take photos of the changing seasons at Primrose Hill, and have done so ever since I first started! I live 5 minutes walk away and just three weeks ago there were no leaves on the grass, and was able to sit and have a picnic with the sun shining down.
This man and his electric buggy attracted quite a few pigeons in Regent’s Park yesterday, so I stopped to take a quick snap.
These images are long overdue, but here is a small photo essay of the Lambeth Country Show in London from July 2008. I thought I’d better post them before daylight saving ends!
Colour co-ordinated couple
On the ground
At the train platform
Toffee apple cops
Lunchtime on the grass
An abandoned baby in front of a ride
A forlorn stuffed tiger
In other news, my London taxi photograph from March 2005 is officially on a corporate charity Christmas/greeting card range being produced by Kingsmead Publications, which is cool. Also, an external shot of Sealand is being published by Life Books on 3 November as part of a new title. The book is called Strange But True: Incredible Stories, True Tales and Fantastic Photos and you can buy it for