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This is me, shopping and drinking coffee like a girl. Designer carrier bags and all.
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The City in the morning.
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Kings Cross AM.
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The City in the morning.
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Kings Cross AM.
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Hiscox (an insurance firm) is famous for its modern art.
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A mural on the Kings Cross canal.
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The Royal Exchange in the City. Note the Gresham grasshopper up above.
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A Kings Cross underpass.
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Kings Cross railway sheds. Very Harry Potter.
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A fish in the City of London made of discarded bottles. The City is very anti discardable bottles and cups.
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Peabody of Peabody Trust- a housing charity that is still going strong.
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A picture taken in the City of London. I just like the blueness of the glass!
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The City is based on information more than it is built upon money.
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I weatherspoons pub with the windows fully open to the elements.
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A chess board at Stratford Westfield shopping centre. It is rarely used.
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A mural in a Black Sheep coffee shop. The man with the flags is Boris Johnson as mayor as he famously rode down a highwire to promote the games (and got stuck half way).
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St Mary Aldamary that is now run by the Moot community. I join them simetimes for a relaxing chant.
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The Bank of England which contains a free museum.
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Concrete chairs for looking at not sitting in. The easten end of the City is full of insurance companies and peculiar art.
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An anti slavery monument in the City.
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A shifting, glowwing electric celing in the City.
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A cheap workmans lunch in the City. Most people are surprised how much cheap food may be found here.
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A cafe in the church. I would rather finance the Church of  England than Starbucks.
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I find this rather sinister. A statue of a man blinded to the world with a hood over his head- but making no effort to take it off. Is this not most of us?
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Temples, a fuss free basic cafe (see the sausage baguette elsewhere).
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The view towards St Pauls. City of London.
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People covered in dust rarely get respect.
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A pop up promotional taste test. Most people prefer Pepsi but do not know it.
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The 'cheesegrater' building in the City of London.
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A notebook helps me focus.
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A promotional taste test. Most people prefer pepsi but do not know it.
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An odd and oppresive cafe decor.
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The Alt Right invades the toy store.
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I am seeking ways that I might live a rich life with little money.
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I collect Avios and other loyalty points.
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Gnomes waiting for a train.
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Monroe?
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A man in the wind?
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Flat ear there’s are the unwelcome friends of Extinction Rebellion.
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Flat earth era do not believe in gravity.
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Neither do they believe in outer space.
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Hatton Gardens in London. One of the two centers of the diamond trade.
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The Blewcote School. Now a shop.
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Unisex toilets in the City. Mauve is a mix of pink and blue.
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I was proud of this jacket at the time.
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Joseph 9000 pure of heart is his name.
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The Scapel.
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Looks like me.
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Leadenhall market.
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There is a tradition of funny coffiee shop siggns in London.
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Holborn has a reputation of being dull. I disagree.
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Two churches in one street.
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HR Higgins. The coffee shop with a royal warrent.
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Customers donate their coffee stamp cards to the homeless and destitute.
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Selfridges food.
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Thease chairs change colour moment to moment.
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Selfidges.
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The Royal Exchange.
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St Christopher Place, London.
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St Christopehr Place.
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Selfridges. Interior.
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A boat, or something.
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Bank tube station.
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A robot bartender. Selfriges.
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Kadasian flower vases. Selfriges.
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Mayfair is beautiful.
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Rosevelt.
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A very expensive cinema within Selfriges.
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Mayfair again.
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Mayfair.
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Mayfair.
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Mayfair.
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The cheesegrater.
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Mayfair.
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Lakeside shopping centre.
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Somewhere in the City.
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Fortnum and Mason.
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Outside Lakeside.
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Just off Oxford Street
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Fairly typical new build.
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Flood defences on the Essex coast.
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An ice cream and pudding cafe. Two things I cannot eat.
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The Church of England in grays.
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I am told by a Christian friend that the Church of England is bancrupt and will be unable to maintein the buildings for very much longer. I hope this will open them to the community when it happens.
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The Abert Memorial. Much hated by BLM.
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Albert hall in the background.
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Kensington Gardens.
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Kensington Gardens.
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The statue is called 'energy' or somesuch.
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Albert memorial again.
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Light and shade.
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The 'energy' statue looks tired form this angle.
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Kensington palace where Prince Charles lives.
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Later than you think.
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London brick.
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Wallenberg.
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Boundary markers on the Bank of England.
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A prayer space in the Moot community.
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Each candle a prayer. Do they work?
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This is a sword holder to hold the sword of the Lord Mayor when he comes.
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Another alter within Moot.
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Regimental flags St Mary Aldemary.
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Icons may also be found in the Church of England.
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A strangely adult baby Jesus.
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St Mary Aldermary.
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St Mary Aldermary.
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Hyde park, one of the royal parks.
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The slender man!
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Hyde park near Speakers Corner.
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Light and shade.
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Autunm in Hyde park.
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Hyde park on a Sunday morning.
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Hyde park. The road calls me on.
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Autunm.
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Further down the path.
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The Carpenters livery company.
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An office painting. Better than most. At least the colours are nice.
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A conspiracy theorist at Speakers Corner.
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The Krishnas hand out free food for a donation at public events.
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No questions allowed!
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The Unification Church (Moonie).
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A Christian and a Moslem battle it out.
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Like a married couple.
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An anti lockdown placard.
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This is a David Icke slogan.
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When in the City, wander the courtyards.
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This London beach is actually very clean.
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An icon to an essential worker.
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The South Bank.
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Sculpture on the South Bank.
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To me this looks like Socialist Realism.
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Abeefy looking nurse in the Socialist Realist style.
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Food stalls on the South Bank.
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A strangely Turksh looking saint.
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The canopy gives status to the speaker.
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Liverpool Street station by night.
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An early moning cafe.
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Things take on a cinematic quality by night.
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Do I love or hate the drk stained wood?
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This was found indoors.
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A modern building but with mock medieval features.
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Prett. I love the brick.
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An external courtyard with garden chairs.
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Me, in my security uniform.
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St Lawrence Jewery.
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A steam train at Stratford station.
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Jubilee walkway public path.
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Graphite left by Extinction Rebellion.
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A coffee shop where I work sometimes.
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The Mercers Maden. She pops up everywhere.
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The Livery system merges into the feudal crest symbolism at times.
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Royal Exchange tower interior.
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Every year the City runs 'sculpture n the city'. This trianglation point is a part of it.
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A telephone tower disguised as a chimney.https://richardfordkt.blogspot.com/
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