Andy Borrows - swapping alter-egos"Thou hast nor youth nor age / But as it were an after-dinner's sleep / Dreaming on both."
"Thou hast nor youth nor age / But as it were an after-dinner's sleep / Dreaming on both."
I especially like the top one. Like an etching.
Those are lovely. Do you mean rarely because you don't get much snow in London these days. In America I always see London at Christmas as snowy - I guess from seeing images from a Christmas Carol.
Really beautiful, though I imagine it's hard going.I really like the new(ish) place, I'd been before but didn't log the details, I'll get it blogrolled.
Hi Andrea - maybe some of your photoshoppery could make it even more like an etching?Thanks for dropping by, Ralph. Yes, in all my 55 years living in or close to London, the number of winters with anything more than the lightest dusting of snow in central London can probably be counted on the fingers of one hand. This year's snow definitely made me think of Dickensian London - which was what I wanted to get a hint of in these photos. If it weren't for the cars...
Ooh, you must have been visiting just as I left that last comment, Lucy. Nice to see you here :) I'm afraid my blogging has become rather erratic; I don't have a lot to say these days...
Ah well... Happy New Year anyway!