Having Perfect Symmetry

“Somehow from being perfect halves of a symmetry, we become asymmetrical.” – unknown What is symmetry? Something is symmetrical when it is the same on both sides. A shape has symmetry if a central dividing line (a mirror line) can be drawn on it, to show that both sides of the shape are exactly the same. – google Some…

Oxford Street

“London, how could one ever be tired of it?” – Margaret Drabble Walking along Oxford Street, the most famous shopping street in London, I saw this very elegant building. It is dominated by red bricks and has lavish decorations, with round windows. The Waring & Gillow building has an art deco architecture and was erected…

It is Art…

“Just because it is not in a museum does not mean it is not art.” – #wittle art I am fascinated with artists showing off their labour of love on streets, sidewalks, bridges and alleyways. I am always tempted to take their photos whenever or wherever I see them. I feel for these caricature sketchers…

London’s Camden Lock

“There can’t be good living where there is not good drinking.” – THE OXFORD ARMS There’s nothing more fun when travelling to another side of the world, than to visit a market. The London’s Camden Market or Camden Lock is known as one of the world’s most famous market. The shops on Camden High Street…

Notting Hill

“The more I think about things, the more I see no rhyme or reason in life. No one knows why some things work out and some things don’t. Why some of us are lucky and some of us get…” Gina McKee, Bella from the movie, Notting Hill Notting Hill is a trendy area with cafes,…

Exploring London

“When exploring London, you will come across lots of excitement by chance, so try to take everything in rather than just rushing around to all of the major tourist haunts.” – Richard Branson This is the Megaro Hotel in London, which is in Euston Road opposite the St Pancras International Train Station in Kings Cross. Nothing…

Benches and a Lamppost

“When exploring London, you will come across lots of excitement by chance, so try to take everything in rather than just rushing around to all of the major tourist haunts.” – Richard Branson Got to Heathrow Airport, took the train to Caledonian Rd Barnsbury Station then walked down with luggage on hand. It was quite…

Regal Gates of the Palace

“Travel is not a reward for working, it’s education for living.” – Anthony Bourdain Year 2016 was the first time I visited London and I was awed by the amazing wrought iron gates that surround Buckingham Palace, the monarch’s London home since 1837. Built in 1905 by the Bromsgrove Guild of Applied Arts. This is…