Preparing optical illusion groundwork for an exhibit at the Tate Modern, London. I shot these photos through a glass wall on the third floor.
I was standing next to the Tate workers when taking these pictures.
Schoolboys run down the main entrance hall in the converted power station. The entrance was temporarily closed while the sliding glass doors were recalibrated.
London's typical black cab painted in British flag-like advertising.
Apparently, London's bike scheme has been met with a lack of enthusiasm. Mayor Boris Johnson and his staff continue to promote the "Boris bikes," but the lack of a safe bike lane network makes biking a challenge.
Since returning from London,I've been caught up in watching "Treme" DVDs late at night, made more poignant by my experiences last month to New Orleans. Have you seen it? Great storylines, punctuated with fantastic music.
And here are more visual (and tactile) delights:
David Eustace's hauntingly-beautiful photography of Scottish highlands for The Anthropologist.
Vintage furniture and quirky accessories at DavidmetNicole in Australia.
Architect and Professor Richard Weston's unusual scarves inspired by patterns forged in nature. Weston was discovered earlier this year in (my favourite store) Liberty's Best of Britain open call. I saw a BBC program about Weston's presentation to Liberty and subsequent scarf production in Italy.
Dreaming of a trip to Venice.
What new discoveries are on your radar??!!