The Millennium Bridge in London is a striking representation of the barest bones of architecture: a steel skeletal suspension forging a connection not just between north and south London but between the progressive… Continue reading
Yesterday was my birthday and although I was spoilt rotten by those around me I spent a great portion of the evening doing the exact opposite of celebrating: commemorating. My birthday coincides with… Continue reading
I’m not sure what it is about the geometric lines of cranes, the billowing of chimney smoke or the hard hemming of iron fences but, at least as far as I’m concerned, there… Continue reading
We played a game of vertical stratigraphy in the pub the other day. According to my “friend” these are the only layers I have.
Let’s admit it here and now: when the original Mr Frosty trundled his way onto our TV screens and we saw big gangs of beaming youngsters enjoying the wonders of crushed ice and… Continue reading