Tag Archive: England

The stable cats

I met these English ladies in Newmarket in 2013 working as stable cats in the stable where my daughter worked. The black-and-white cat is named Tomasina and the grey cat Tamara. Both are… Continue reading

Shoe ad as street art

There are lots of street art in parts of London. This picture on the shutters of a store seems to be an ad for a shoe store on Liverpool Street. When I googled it it turns up… Continue reading

Memory from Haltwhistle

Picture taken in Haltwhistle when we started out for the day for Maryport.

Church door in Lacock

I sometimes participates in Fototriss on Instagram. The week before this the theme was “like a painting”. I found this in my stash and started editing but it wasn´t ready before the theme… Continue reading

Mural on Goulston Street in London

There are lots of murals in Shoreditch. There is a name tag in the right bottom corner that I can´t read but if anyone know who made the painting I appreciate if you let… Continue reading

Mural on Goulston Street in London

There are lots of murals in Shoreditch. This one is painted by Frankie Strand in 2016.  The picture is taken in June 2019. More Pictures of murals can be found at Monday Murals.

Mural on the South Bank in London

  Walking along the South Bank of London there are lots of street performers. This musician played in front of a mural of Shakespeare at the passage by the ship The Golden Hinde. … Continue reading

Musician on the South Bank in London

Walking along the South Bank of London there are lots of street performers. This musician played at the passage by the ship The Golden Hinde. . The picture is taken in June 2019.… Continue reading

Camden Lock

This picture of Camden Lock is taken in June 2019 when we visited London. Camden Market is one of our favourite places in London. .

Extinction Rebellion on Waterloo Bridge in April 2019

On our way from the hotel to the train we needed to get over Waterloo Bridge. But the bus couldn´t pass the bridge so they let us off and we had to walk… Continue reading