Dub Reggae

As I turned around the corner behind St Giles church, Trafalgar Square, I could hear the heavy sound of a bass: dub reggae-style and a plaintive harmonica above the other prerecorded instruments. The unrecognised talent of street performers. This artist played his music with all his soul to the few who cared to listen.

Two London window displays

  The same London street, two shops next to each other, two different concepts…

A travelling gentleman

I have been watching  an interesting character here in central London, Piccadilly, for weeks but never had a chance to talk to him. I asked him if I could take his picture. He was quite agreeable. One of the many interesting people in London.

In Soho’s back streets

  Walking back  to Charring Cross station  from my present job via the narrow back streets of Soho in London this past Wednesday evening I came across a beautiful Roller. Where else would you find such a perfect setting for a car-shoot for free? This Rolls Royce belongs to a famous writer, as explained to me by the driver/bodyguard who was not willing to…