The sky looked like it was ablaze at sunset tonight in Hanwell.
First world war damage to a sphinx’s paw at Cleopatra’s Needle on the Victoria Embankment.
The low sun shining through the water and added music from a DJ made the experience of watching the people enjoying Appearing Rooms a rather magical one.
One of the original Bata houses in East Tilbury.
Concrete tower blocks of the Green Dragon Lane estate. I like them and cladding certainly wouldn’t improve them if you do dislike them.
I love the contrast of aged wood and metal.
The Golden Boy statue on top of the dome of the Old College in Edinburgh.
A magnificent gull posing on a ledge on the roof garden at the National Museum of Scotland.
This building can be found in the middle of West Middlesex golf course in Dormers Wells, Southall. I think it looks like a old water company building but I can’t find a reference to it. Edited to add: I did find a reference on a map from the 30s to confirm that this was a valve house so it is related to waterworks. The golf course is in the Brent river valley.