Wednesday, April 3, 2019
Random Photo Parade
It's time for yet another fascinating (?) procession of random photos from the streets of London.
First, a discarded sink or bowl -- I'm not sure -- of apparently North African design. You can see that it's been broken, maybe in shipping. What a drag! And yet, when I walked by again later, it was gone -- only the box remained. I guess someone found it useful.
Someone in our neighborhood has a rubbish bin clearly marked as the property of Powys council (which is in Wales). Hey Powys -- if you want your bin back, I can tell you where to find it!
I like this trademark for Abbott Removals. In fact, I have a weird feeling I may have blogged a photo like this before.
I took this for my brother because he likes vintage Land Rovers. I think this is a Land Rover, even though I could find no such branding on the body. Land Rover definitely made something called a Defender. What is it defending, one wonders?
What on earth is a "naked light"? A lamp with no shade?
I was amused by this headline on the library copy of Men's Health magazine.
This office in St. John's Wood displays a big picture of Marilyn Monroe in the window. It used to be an image of Marilyn standing on the subway grate from "Some Like it Hot," but now it's this portrait. Wonder what the connection is?
An abstract composition from our office. I was having lunch and turned on my phone, and the camera was pointing down, and I thought, "Hey, that's kind of cool!" So, yeah, no skill involved whatsoever.
Finally, some street art I found in Vauxhall. Apparently you can download an app, point it at the art and it "comes to life" somehow. I didn't try it, but it's a cool idea. I wonder if it would work with this photo? Anybody want to give it a whirl?