Articles in the walk Category
In Soho, the walls have noses.
I’d heard a few times from cab drivers and London trivia goons about there being a nose in Admiralty Arch, and that – for example – as part of The Knowledge exams that cab drivers take they’re told to drive from somewhere like “The chimney on the bridge to the nose”… which you wouldn’t be able to do unless you had a particular level of insider information, or were unusually observant.
Stories about the origins of this nose seem to vary wildly, from being a spare …
Following on from the gripping photo-documentary I did of walking from my hotel to the bus stop in Shimla a few years ago I thought I’d do a similar exercise concerning my daily walk to work.
I’m always fascinated by photographing the mundane, because it’s only mundane at the time and your circumstances may change or indeed history might roll on and you’ll lose track of incremental changes that have taken place. But photographing mundane things in isolation just leads to a bloody confusing and irrelevant Flickr album. So here’s my …
Back when I was in India I thought that whilst my every-day walk to the bus stop was nothing special at the time, it might be a good idea to photographically document it, because years later after returning to Western culture what was a daily occurrence would once again seem strange and interesting, so I set about taking a photo approximately every 30 seconds of whatever was at that point on the walk.
Am glad I did. Here’s the results:
Right, that’s it ! Any questions ?