LONDON IN FILM, OCTOBER 2014
Finally sharing the scans of my film shot in London last fall. Photos taken over the course of a few days, here, here, and here are where you can see my weekly photos and documented day for some more context!
I carried around my little 35mm camera as well for my October 2014 trip. I’ll break up the posts by cities. So far I’ve basically only covered London, and this will probably be the last of this segment of the trip. Coming up: Spain, Portugal, Austria, and Germany!
I wish a giant cheese truck would drive around my neighborhood.
The mossy thatched roof at the Globe Theatre
Zach reliving his life as a former theatre kid at the Globe.
Living statues setting up the illusion outside of the Tate Modern
Stressed girl on the roof of Hayward Gallery
One of my favorite potentially universally manufactured random big objects
Red beanie, red wall on Southbank
What you get when you use outdoor film indoors
The guy supervising the usage of these chairs was like an angry goose, chasing people down and snapping at them.
From a cafe we ate at twice in South Kensington down a little alley
Everybody hates the guy with the suitcase on the underground. I empathize.
New sweater for Zach, purchased at Spitafields
Garbage making a scene on Brick Lane
The Shard stabbing through the Tower of London
Listening to the “Beefeater” tour guide
Blurry Jules on the streets by Charring Cross
On the underground on the way to Luton
And that concludes London photographs! Will continue sharing my trip photos, at least once a week. Need to get them out!
Much love friends.