This was where I was really inspired.
The arty and grungy environment gets one in the mood for street photography.
Everything seems to fit.
The people and the walls go well together.
A fantastic indie label.
He was cutting grass.
The colours are simply wonderful.
They saw me and waved.
Beautiful people, beautiful wall art.
The kids were enjoying the art too.
Lots of cyclists.
A smile and a frown.
Hard at work.
Cool name for a shop.
Taking a break.
Mischievous dino – I thought the colours went well together.
The street art is gorgeous.
Street art is meant to be seen with and by people.
They had those in Paris too.
Just another day for her.
A reminder that I need to get closer.
At Brick Lane, the street photographs present themselves one after another.
I can’t click fast enough.
This place is a visual cornucopia.
And I saw this – an exhibition of Singaporean art at Brick Lane.
As it turned out, I bumped into Randy Chan, the curator of the exhibition. I recognized him from a photo in a newspaper report on the exhibition.
More on Singapore: Inside Out in another post.
I couldn’t resist a final shot at the entrance of this excellent place.
Thanks for reading!
Camera: Canon 600D
Lens: Canon 40mm f/2.8 STM
3 thoughts on “Brick Lane, London”
It’s a great place isn’t it? Sunday morning when the markets are on is terrific for people and street pictures in Brick Lane. I am so glad you are enjoying your trip to London.
Enjoyed these! Barcelona and Berlin are excellent for street art too. How long are you in Britain?
Thanks! Actually I’m no longer there. Have since returned to Hong Kong though now I’m in Singapore.