Saturday, 23 February 2013

Mocha Choca latte of life

This week sees me step out of the countryside into the urban metropolis that is frequented by a curious sort of folk that are fuelled by Starbucks ( or any other coffee shop ) it's not a taxing task ...

As mentioned previously my plans were scuppered at the very last minute slightly frustrating but these these things happen. If this sort of thing was to happen more often though then I would be more hacked off.

When you go to London you adapt and survive some people obviously are so, so busy they jostle, pull and push. Sometimes the mentality of the tube spills out onto the street , though not scientifically proven it may be those in need of a caffeine fix with a Broiche on the side.

But such is the Mocha Choca Latte of life .. I met my second cousin in London and spent a pleasant afternoon mooching around Convent Garden , London Transport museum, National Portrait Gallery. Where I saw lots and lots of famous painting that infamous bunch if sunflowers and Constable Haywain the people on it were waiting on A.A .


I entered up in a coffee shop , drinking tea accompanied by a pidgeon that was bobbing its head.



If a pigeon stops bobbing it head would it fall over ?


So now I am on the train back to London drinking tea ..



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15 comments:

  1. I always wondered if the speed a pigeon bops its head,is linked to how fast it's walking, think I need to catch me a pigeon!

    London is a funny old place, sometimes miss it, but mostly glad to have moved away, love the photos!

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  2. I love this post - very quirky! Sums up London rather well :)

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  3. Great photos. They are so artistic. You've got me wondering about pigeons now....

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  4. I love these photos, perfectly shot

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  5. Love the pictures, thank you for reminding me of home too! :)

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  6. Great post, Love your photos very arty :-)

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  7. I hate big busy places, could not cope with the trauma of London. Love you picture of the ceiling beams

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  8. oooh Claire what a contrast of photo imagery from the last few weeks. i really like the bottom photo - the shapes and contours are fab. i hope you enjoyed your week off work x

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  9. That archway shot is gorgeous, lovely colours.

    Thanks for linking up.

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  10. I did London this week too, I have to say with 9 children in toe it was a little hair raising at times, but all good fun. Glad to be heading back to the country side now!

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  11. Love your photos, they look very artistic. The angle of the archway is gorgeous and the clock photo is beautiful.

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  12. Really cool photos! I always take the typical tourist photos when I'm in London but I do love the way you describe it

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  13. Fabulous photos, almost made me miss the hustle and bustle, but no I do still prefer the countryside

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  14. Love the colours on the bridge work. Monday to Wednesday I'm one of those coffee fueled maniacs. The rest of the week I slow to the normal pace of the rest of the country.

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  15. Soooo Love these photo's really would like to kknoe how to take photo's of architecture, these are stunning, and it sounds like a lovely time was had too xx

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