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snorkel guiding on the Ningaloo Reef

​Today I worked for Ningaloo Reef Dive and had an epic day guiding our customers through a couple of amazing spots, Lottie’s Lagoon where we met a curious green turtle and Asho’s Gap to watch both the reefies and three turtles get their sprucing from the cleaner fish, we were also lucky enough to have an epic manta ray swim where three manta rays cruised around whilst having themselves cleaned by a specially selected bunch of fish; a beautiful and electrifying experience. Not to mention the most incredibly confident and cute eight year old girlie who just fell in love with the reef and held such vividly excitable conversations about everything after each swim… this place brings out incredible characters within people and today youth was not wasted on this young girlie!:)

Amazing photos by Aaron Bull (all rights reserved)

C.x

My luckiest day in Coral Bay

Six months since my first day on a boat,  ever and on a last minute decision I jumped on the boat with Aaron and the crew. A beautifully hot day, the water like glass and coral spawn floating on the surface like orange rivers running through the Indian Ocean. We soon find out there’s a rather gorgeously proportioned smile from six months ago passinng through the Ningaloo reef, a huge surprise as it is completely out of season for Whale Sharks! But here he was, a beautifully slow 6m male who allows us to join him for a swim. Being offered the pleasure of swimmer for the drop, this means guiding the tourists alongside the whale shark at a licensed distance as not to distrupt or overcrowd him, and in turn sharing what was such an amazing ‘welcome the Ningaloo’ experience for me six months ago, I almost jump overboard at the chance. Whilst also being a whole lot better at not drowning whilst snorkeling and actually keeping up; I spend most of the time swimming right next to him, observing the details of this massive, dotty fish, from how slow and smoothly he moves through the water, to his two tiny eyes placed either side of that huge mouth; I feel a bit rude staring for so long that I find myself offering him a little wave. 

Not to mention, before this we swum on the sand flats in perfect visibilty with a 3M Manta Ray whilst he played with us, twisting and flipping. After the whale shark excitement I even completed my fifth dive, and first adventure dive as a certified PADI diver.

 I spot a Woobiegong shark hiding in his cave, a couple of nudibranchs, plenty of rays, blue spotted lagoon Ray and a leopard Ray, plus loads of schooling trevallies!

And then there was the snorkel at Asho’s Gap where we popped by the shark cleaning station, apparently one of the closest cleaning stations to shore in the world,  to see, not only black tip Reefies but, a white tip reef shark and a turtle amongst them too. What an amazing present from the Ningaloo Reef. 


 This fringing reef contains such a plentiful and vast range of natural beauty, boasting a sublimely healthy echo system for our future generations to explore. Seeing wildlife in its natural habitat gos a huge way to recognising more fully what should be saved, what is worth protecting; we just need to encouraging  respectful explorations where preservation is the motivation, not money. 

Easy Brunch: Spicy Eggs and Avocado

Brunch doesn’t need to be difficult, let’s be honest we don’t like faffing over food, that’s what restaurants are for.

When I’m eating in I want no fuss, no frills but seriously tasty food. So may I present you with an idea which is a very simple combination of some of my favourite things, all onto of a couple of slices of non-nonsense brunch time satisfaction.

If you like eggs and avocados this one’s for you. I like to take to the next level and spice it up a bit, but that’s optional. (Do it!)

If you’ve got bread, avocado, chill and eggs – you’re in for a treat.

Cat Foley Survival Survival Egg Avocado Toast Recipe Brunch

Stage 1: Toast (it doesn’t have to have a hole in it or be gluten free like mine, but I’m picky like that) and avocado

Cat Foley Survival Survival Egg Avocado Toast Recipe Brunch

 – Smash it in there – pinch of salt and pepper (always!)

Cat Foley Survival Survival Egg Avocado Toast Recipe Brunch

Stage 2 – Slice fresh medium chillies (red & green if you fancy, oooh) and fry in the pan for a minute. Then crack your eggs in on top of the chillies and put a lid on top to half poach them (keeping in the steam creates a lovely poached effect) keep it on a low to medium heat for 2-3 mins and take them out when they look soft and beautiful… or how ever you like your eggs – no fuss! Slap them on your avocado like so…

Cat Foley Survival Survival Egg Avocado Toast Recipe Brunch

Sprinkle a touch more salt and pepper and dip in!

Cat Foley Survival Survival Egg Avocado Toast Recipe Brunch

Happy brunching!

C.x

London Fashion Week: Backstage at Fyodor Golan

How to best reflect upon this year’s experience at London Fashion Week? The clothes, the flawless faces with their poses stuck hard on the runway and the equally practiced faces in the sidelines, focused intently on the next season’s key features.

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

Then I really thought about the clothes, the models and more so about the utter chaos conducted in harmony behind the catwalk screen and concealed from the public eye. Characters that exposed themselves only to blanket their expressions on departing to the other side.

My reflection on London Fashion Week is not so much on the cuts, trends or colours, but who’s behind the people, the emotions and the collective processes that go into the three minute catwalk. This may, for some, be less interesting than LFW street style and the SS16 trends to come. But for them there are hundreds, dare I say thousands of other sources to find their requirements.

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

Fashion industry chaos quite unlike anything and it’s relentless – it’s hot, sweaty and bright. Where, “oh sorry” translates to, “get out of my way that’s my shot, she’s posing for me”, followed by a sharp elbow and a nudge, by which point the model’s moved and you’ve both lost the shot. No, there’s no time for sorry – just elbows and balls.

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

It’s a beehive, where roles are assigned en masse and doing three things at once is a minimum requirement. Models walk around nonchalantly whilst the swarms of team members, hair dressers, make-up artists, stylists and everyone in between from corporate photographers, PAs, runners and too many assistants to count, buzz about them in a mad blur of apparently organised activity.

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

Hair, nails and make-up happen simultaneously and transition flawlessly as the models  then make a miraculous change from their effortlessly chic day looks, this ofcourse means they’re assisted by several people into their outfit for the final run. Accessories on, final retouches to the hair seconds before exit, game face on and strut.

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

It’s a small wall that divides the antithesis of atmosphere, of character, of passion and effort between backstage and catwalk. So, unlike the effortless shots I’ve previously posted from London Fashion Week – the cool faces, smooth struts and bright clean catwalks – this time I captured a few moments of the stillness in the chaos, character in the pose and the effort made to create the effortless.

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

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The dressing lights around the mirrors mostly removed to reduce the heat in the room as sweaty brows and humid hair provided just one more challenge.

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Cat Foley Survival Survival EVO hair Kenna Kennor Kennaland LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 London Fashion Week

Glittered lids and glorified nails in a glamourless process

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

A production line of high-end, fast-paced styling

Cat Foley Survival Survival EVO hair Kenna Kennor Kennaland LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 London Fashion Week

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

Cat Foley Survival Survival EVO hair Kenna Kennor Kennaland LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 London Fashion Week

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

Photographers creeping around every angle, in every space (yes, that includes me)

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Whilst models are happy for a snap, game faces ready at the appropriate moments whilst the buzz continues around them

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

Looking at her you wouldn’t guess she was hitting the catwalk for the first time, confident and bold against the blur of the process. But on first talking to Kenna she was giggling nervously. Kenna, both a good friend, owner of Kennaland and the head hair stylist for EVO on the Fyodor Golan SS16 LFW show. (Amongst other things, one very busy man.)

Before this I knew his job is to make hair look great. Everyday he devises the logic of a designers collection, rationalises the style, considers the texture, cut, colour and design to reflect it. It’s clear before this moment I underestimated his role, in fact, he’s intrinsic in boosting confidence, to making the model fit the hairstyle, to making them own it. That’s actually why she looks so confident in that photo. Looking at her below, hands up awkwardly and smiling, she’s only just easing into her role as catwalk model, she had  earlier asked another model how she should walk. A reminder that there’s a lot hidden behind their stern, posed faces, perfect make-up and postured struts.

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Kennaland Backstage Behind the Scenes
Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

The final spray, Kenna stands at the end to give one last touch to the hair before they hit the catwalk. A phone shot in front of me just as I clicked my camera, much like most of these images I captured the relentless movement of the backstage (even if it was unintentional at times).


Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

At this point the models, lined and ready to go, give the photographers the final shots of their outfits. These moments offer up the stark contrast of character from the models between the flashes…

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

The buzz of the hive becomes physical at this point with the movement of the photographers bustling for the shot, the flashes of the camera, the calls for a stare down the lens – the money shot.

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

They graciously give attention to even those hidden behind the front line of the flashes, staring through the buzz to capture the eye of a camera.

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

When the waiting game’s over and they completely their walk through the relief is contagious and the crowd disperses as quickly as it had appeared, ready for the next hive to move in.

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Kennaland Backstage Behind the Scenes

These models are gorgeous, colourful and characterful women, the outfits are wonderful expressions of our culture and the processes are completed by a community of passionate individuals working in an environment many of us would struggle to conceive nevermind master.

Cat Foley Survival Survival London Fashion Week LFW Fyodor Golan SS16 Backstage Behind the Scenes

 

Fyodor Golan SS16 show.

With thanks to the Kennaland & EVO hair teams.

C.x

 

Previous London Fashion Week Posts

David Koma: Front Row Lessons

London College of Fashion

Fyodor Golan: Giants, Magic and Dragons

PPQ: Pour moi, et tu?

Zoe Jordan

ANTIPODIUM

Bora Aksu: Trippin’ On Shrooms

Carlotta Actis Barone: Cleavage and Crazy Cuts

 

 

 

FASHION: LFW: London College of Fashion MA13

A collection of ten designers set in the beautiful arena of the Royal Opera House.

My great friend Kenna (@kennaland)  was once again doing the hair for this show in its entirety with GHD (@ghd).

Womenswear from Maddalena Mangialavori

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First looks to come through were solid structured woven materials, luxe fabrics from tweed to leather in metallic and earthy tones, softened with fringes and feminine sculpturing, accessorised with high wasted belts, hats and bustier detailing emphasising a feminitiy to the strong structures and heavy materials.

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Menswear collection from Na Di

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An exiting, fun and wearable collection of  block design florals, geometrics and bold colour blocking on sharp tailored suits. A youthful bright array displaying a mix of baseball jackets, tailored suits inclusive of long length jackets, cropped trousers and kilts with matching baseball caps as standard. (I want one!)

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Womenswear collection from Nadia Scullion 

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A combination of warm cashmeres and woollen knits fussed with lattice patent leathers and feminine fringing. The colours ranged through mustards, beiges, lemons and baby blues, mint hues ands strong navy with a relaxed femininity being explored. Casually accessorised with large tote bags, back packs and flat trainer pumps worn throughout. Femininity meets practical.

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Menswear from Octo Cheung

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Geek chic meets Doctor Who. (Excited? I was!) Sharp tailoring met marvellous monocles and a hit of rock and roll in this show, edgy styles were accessorised with a geek attitude. Bow ties, bold knit detailing, tartan blends, heavy threads played key, woollen blends and detailed knits matched with soft silk and bold button detailing.

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Womenswear from Min Wu

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Futuristic sleek paid homage to the dip dye of the nineties, (think eloquent rave) with heavy block heel platforms contrasting against the soft sleek materials. Full length drape and uncompromising brights were matched with structured folded detailing.

 

Words and photography by Cat Foley

EVENT: Diner en Blanc: London 2012

September 25, 2012 by Cat Foley in collaboration with We Are Pop Up : View original article here


The Beginning
It is a wonder to many how Diner en Blanc came about. The first question is always, ’how do you know about it?’ The second question, ‘how does it happen?’ And the follow up comment runs along the lines of ‘why would you pay for something that requires you to bring your own table, chairs and food?’Let us enlighten you to the concept. Launched in France by François Pasquier, he was determined to assemble his friends for a meal upon returning from travels. To keep it simple, they all met in white as to identify each other. Now, 24 years later, Paris’ Dîner en Blanc annually assembles nearly 15,000 attendees worldwide. Luckily for us, they hosted their very first Diner en Blanc London on Thursday, 20 September this year.

From Euston Square to a Secret Location

We Are Pop Up’s Nicholas Russell and myself attended.  I was acting ‘Table Leader’ for our designated group and Nicholas was the pack-horse for all our required items: table, chairs, crockery, cutlery, napkins, tablecloth, candles, food and drink. It was no mean feat. We met our dazzling white group in Euston; the white did make it easy to recognise everyone! It was only now that the location was revealed…. London’s Covent Garden Piazza.

WAPU’s Diner En Blanc group leaders, Nick and Cat.

 

Our group entered Euston Station during rush hour – a band of brilliant white swimming upstream through the grey and black of London’s office workers.  We waited on the tube platform amidst gawks and giggles from co-commuters.  Mid-journey, the train driver announced, “To the people wearing all white and carrying the furniture, please give me a wave when you’re all off the train.”

We successfully, and not quite gracefully, made our way out of the tube at Leicester Square station, merging in to a herd of white with a number of other Diner en Blanc groups. We were a stunning and unusual site to behold as we enjoyed a short walk to Covent Garden.  Those seated outside of restaurants and standing outside of pubs were surprised and shared hearty laughs.  “Is this a flashmob?”

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Dinner in Covent Garden Piazza

Once we arrived at Covent Garden my role was to set our guests’ tables in order. Before I knew it, hundreds of individually prepared tables immaculately adorned with candles inhabited the Covent Garden Piazza. Each table was laden with buffets and delicious bottles of wine glowing amber in the candlelight.

Napkins waved in the air: the symbolic the start of service. The brass band fired-up. A chilly evening turned glowing white meeting of strangers and friends. Diner en Blanc. Hundreds of sparklers brought the dinner to a close in as a twinkling ocean. The dance floor opened and diners gathered to warm up with a swirl or close embrace on the cobbles.

The atmosphere and ceremonial respect granted by all the attendees made it something special. Everyone graciously followed the event’s rules and provided vast effort to ensure the experience and ambience was a success. This kind of communal sharing is clearly the reason why Diner en Blanc has been popping up and expanding for the past twenty-four years. To be a part of something more, to put conscious and concerted effort into a communal experience so vibrant and articulate seemed a true cultural shift. Diner En Blanc finds a way around the norms and expectations of every day dining, and uses pop-up innovation to do it.

What does it mean?

There are many layers to Diner en Blanc, from the pure fun of joining a flash-mob to the more esoteric concept of rediscovering public spaces. Most of our world now seems to trend towards increasingly regulated experiences: pre-fabrication, pre-planned paths, pre-agreed meetings with pre-reviewed contacts. Too frequently this security comes at the cost of spontaneity and the fundamental joy of discovery.

Diner en Blanc is a kind of controlled chaos – a curious experience of communal discovery, but with strict rules:  “white clothes, white table cloth, white chairs, white hamper.  Arrive at Euston at 18.45.  Wave your napkin at 19.45.  Disappear without a trace at 23.30.”

The brilliance of discovery remains intact through the gaps between those numbers. The thrill of tromping into a square as part of a large group. The unique freedom to have an open-air dinner at a formal table in a place where you would never imagine it possible. The glee of a jovial dinner in the company of new friends.

This experience speaks to the ethos at the core of the pop-up movement: new things in known spaces.  The rigid structures of the built environment – right angles, abstract regulations and legal requirements – twisted or tipped sideways to allow space for organic experiences.  Unplanned evenings in planned places.

Check out our Diner en Blanc Pinterest board

Find Diner en Blanc on Twitter

PHOTOGRAPHY: Sunday Feast: School of Wok: Covent Garden

A  preview tasting evening by Edible Experiences spent with wonderful people, culinary creations and industry innovation.

The upcoming Sunday Feasts promise to be exquisite…  Tickets now available 

Cat Foley photography for We Are Pop Up

Potato cups with lemon and chilli prawn

Enjoying two short documentaries focusing on each of these incredible pop-up restaurants

Poudine Mas: Polenta cakes with coconut

@pistachio_rose @yummychooeats happy with the total satisfaction of the supremely delicious samosas,churros and pudine mais @edible_exp

@innovativebaker Sago Gula Melaka – Tapioca pearls with earthy raw palm sugar syrup

@pauline_cuisine star crepe artist presenting a plate of surprise crepes

Little lasagne forks from @backdoorkitchen

Homemade pastry cups filled with squid in its own ink, garnished with chili meat and marcona almonds from @flavoursofspain

See We Are Pop Up‘s Pinterest board for further details.

 

FASHION NEWS: TRIWA Pop Up Closing Party

TRIWA – An obscure name, it sounds arty, it sounds foreign; it is in fact both – it stands for Transforming the Industry of WAtches. We love it.

They held their closing celebrations with style after hosting their new autumn collection in Shoreditch’s downtown The Old Truman Brewery. These watches have been created and bought to life in Stockholm, with design and promotional styling generated by some of the most innovative names in their art forms currently.

The closing party celebrated the successful launch of their new ‘NEVIL’ steel watch. Whilst the upgrade and expansion of their Nevil and Lomin collections and additional new NATO straps were on display also, designs reflected inspiration from the Autumn and Winter months, the Swedish kind of course. The TRIWA AW12 collection has developed from the fresh blossom pastels of their delicate spring collection into rich, warming tones and soft leather straps, encompassing both luxury and a stylish solidity within them.

The venue hosted DJ’s, drinks and displayed their various collections, photography hung on the walls displaying the versatility and inspiration behind this brand. It seems TRIWA’s brand focus is on innovation, leading the way in design and art; mixing practicality and endurance with design and individualism. Whilst their photography and promotional posters displayed abstract and artistic images of their watches worn by a range of wrists with various vocations, they too displayed their artistic and imaginative side in small glass boxes with miniature statues, generated by British artist, designer and inventor Dominic Wilcox; this is the element that truly captures what this brand is about: less about the formalities, more about challenging the impossibilities with imagination.

 

Words and photography by Cat Foley

Originally written for Bring The Noise UK

EVENT: The Pop Spot Festival and App Launch

They pop-up, you pop-in! It’s the new wave of culinary experiences, cinematic entertainment and couture shopping that intrigues and inspires, if only for a sporadic few days, these events seem to guarantee full impact, full throttle, maximum input and no holds barred fun! But where on earth are all these mysterious new events and venues, who do we call to book…  And, can we find one for this evening please?

Look no further, We Are Pop-Up present to you, ‘The Pop Spot’ app, the app that will solve all these vicious and troublesome aliments of disappearing pop-ups, obscure locations and missing contact info, that spoil our sporadic fun!

We Are Pop-Up held the launch night at Jimmy’s Supper Club, an Olympic themed pop-up restaurant located at Annex East a warehouse in Stratford. The  venue is a mere stone’s throw from the Olympic stadium, whilst the brief route from the tube with stadiums clearly visible is somewhat of a novelty walking tour, this pop-up is located at a cool and currently very pivotal location in Stratford!

 

Jimmy of Jimmy’s Supper Club is also founder of The South West Supper Club and The Wild Food Kitchen, each have offered a different approach and theme in their culinary offerings, Jimmy’s Supper Club at Annex East is currently offering the finest in British gourmet dining paired with fun Olympic themed evening events, whilst all three of which have gained critical acclaim with press and diners. The warehouse venue Annex East, currently hosting Jimmy’s Supper Club, Nik’s Bar and an Art Exhibition, works well to animate the gap in the market that The Pop Spot app looks to dominate. With these exciting exhibitions, events and restaurants jumping from pillar to post monthly, the need for up-to-date information, directions and details will prove ever-more popular!

 

 

 

As amazing as the current venue is, it’s charm is partially held in its location (prior to visiting we doubt we’d stumble across it without purpose) whilst the location and theme are relative to the moment, once the Olympics and specifically this pop-up leaves town we doubt there’ll be many heading in this direction. Meanwhile curators of these events, like Jimmy, will continue to pop-up in all kinds of quirky unexpected places, with his various culinary skills adapting to themes and venues! The Pop Spot app allows for those organising different pop-up events promote it via a specific and targeted medium, to be found by consumers through varying categories and search specifics.

The launch evening itself was spent with copious glasses of bubbles, a DJ on the decks and  delicious canapés – Sampled from Jimmy’s menu at Annex East, which were all rather delicious. We won’t mention the fight that almost broke out over the last piece of Wild Mushroom Brioche Bread and
Butter Pudding.. But luckily they settled for the carrot accompaniment.

 

If you haven’t been to the Olympics yet,  Annex East captures the buzz from the stadium, whilst the big screen offers live viewing, a few tickets remain for the Wine Tasting and Pairing menu this Saturday and their Champagne Reception Olympic Closing Ceremony event this Sunday. Then it’ll be a case of playing ‘Whack ‘em Moles’ to catch him next time he pops-up! (Or maybe you could download the app!)

Words and Photos by Catherine Foley

Originally written and published for www.bringthenoiseuk.com

PHOTO: London Calling.

 

 

 

 



The Millennium Bridge, London.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

London in a blaze of Autumn sunshine.

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St. Pauls Cathedral, London.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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