Aeolistic


City Farm
October 12, 2010, 10:11 pm
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Where have the past couple of weeks gone? I’m now all settled into the new flat and I must say, it feels good to be living in a proper, homely environment again. Living in a hole in the middle of Camden and going out almost every night was fun and all, but it left me exhausted. I feel like it’s time to act like a grown up, even if just for a little while.

These shots are from a trip to City Farm a couple of weeks ago. I really liked it! It was cute and quaint and twee – always refreshing in cynical old London.

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Heading East

I’m not a regular visitor to Brick Lane but I always enjoy myself when I do go. So much is squeezed into such a small area that it feels a bit like a tourist resort – especially with all the restauranteurs trying to encourage you in from the street. My friends and I ended up in a Syrian restaurant. Our table backed onto the street, which was not without its interesting al-fresco dining experiences, I’ll tell you. You certainly get some characters in London sometimes.



Art holds fast when all else is lost.

I wandered around Brick Lane the other week with a couple of friends. We found an amazing ukelele shop but I was too awestruck to remember to take any photos. I’ll have to venture back! I’m looking for a good ukulele in the hope of rekindling an interest in playing music again. There were sparkly ones, so this plan might work. A degree in politics may have just ruined me for anything creative, but we shall see!