Category Archives: Walking

Sally Kindberg looks at the Thames

Last saturday night’s view of Southwark Bridge and the Shard from the end of narrow Stew Lane at low tide, mudlarks with torches searching the foreshore visible below.  There would have been steps down here where you could hire a … Continue reading

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Wildlife in London

Walking round London is always a delight, especially when you spot some of its wildflife … clockwork pigeons in the Museum of London shop, a flock of Elizabeth Frink sheep in Paternoster Square where real pigeons cheekily land on the … Continue reading

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Mondrian and the Seven Dwarves

Recently I walked past the London house where Mondrian once lodged, and thought about the postcard I’d seen at the Courtauld Gallery some years before at an exhibition of his work. I was intrigued not just by the artist’s work … Continue reading

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