I set off down Stoke Newington High Street about 10pm and walked through Dalton and Shoreditch before turning around on Brick Lane in the early hours. The man with the white beak seemed to be following me around which was a bit of a concern but turned out to be quite handy as it took me three goes to get him in focus.
I'm tidying up the archive and found some fairly recent London street pictures. I don't remember taking quite a few of them but the usual subjects are covered and a lot of it's wonky so they must be mine. www.mooneyphoto.com
I went to Brighton on Wednesday to take pictures for some new Lifeboats ads. I arrived at London Bridge station much earlier than I needed to for my 07:12 train so wandered round outside for a bit taking these pictures. The first one sadly at 05:17 and the last, through the train window, at 07:41 as the sun came up over cars parked at Gatwick Airport.
The pavements are suddenly busy now I'm back in London. Bicycles weave in and out and dogs run in packs as well as on their own. Most of these pictures were shot over the last couple of weeks on Kingsland Road between the City and Stoke Newington. There's a few from Clissold Park and some on the south bank of the Thames. What felt like one very long walk from Spitalfields to Soho is also featured.
Pictures from my travels towards the end of 2015, through London, West Yorkshire and the United Arab Emirates. The bleeding man eventually sat up and was flown away in a helicopter ambulance (I have no idea how he was injured). The prostrate boy in the bagel shop looked like he was messing about but you never know.