Posts Tagged ‘market’

Broadway Market photowalk

One excellent reason for heading out to the badlands of London Fields is to visit Laura’s lovely new cafĂ© “Coffee is my cup of tea”. Nestled in a railway arch next to the station, Laura and her partner have already got a great place going. It’s organic and there’s a lovely selection of cakes including […]

Camden Lock Market, Experiments in Film

A couple of weeks ago, went on a little walk round Camden Lock Market with Ed Walker, he armed with his trusty Nikon D80, me with the old film Nikon F65 and the trusty 50mm f/1.8. On the first walk, I was loaded with Ilford ISO400 black and white film of some sort. As you […]

Wander round Camden Lock

Lazy new years eve wander around Camden Lock Market armed again with the D300 and the 20mm f/2.8. Nice. I like the one with the fur coat. Got a fave? Related Posts:Broadway Market photowalkLazy Sunday Camden WalkaboutShe Makes War – this is the futureFashion on the LockNew flash: SB-900 challenge accepted

Joanna guy, Camden Market

From our place, we have a secret back entrance to the Stables market. The new bit that certain Camden oldsters feel is too commercialised. Screw them. When you need a piano or some vintage leather shoes or a BOAC manbag, you know where to come. This guy sells pianos. Related Posts:Street photography competitionBarrow, Inverness Street […]

Barrow, Inverness Street market

On our way back from the West End through an eerily quiet Camden, aside from the pounding music from a couple of nearly deserted bars; Monday night and tube strike presumably. I’d been shooting odds and ends this evening but as usual, it’s either the first or last that is “the one”. Again, shot with […]