My niece lives in the east end of London and on a cold winter’s day a couple of years ago we explored the street art around Shoreditch. The range of art is tremendous, some loud and in your face, others more subtle. I’m not sure who this was by, or what its meaning was, but it draws your gaze in to the letters and symbols.
They appear to be mainly inverted modern English alphabet, which is a Latin alphabet. There are some other letters or symbols too I can’t identify.
Just as the sun began to drop, the low autumnal light fell upon the face of the clock.
Behind, Big Ben, the thirteen and a half ton bell prepared for its half hour chime.
The clock is accurate to within one second and engineers add or remove pennies to the pendulum to speed it up or slow it down. Wonderful.
Winding dry-stone walls
Undulating through Swaledale
North Yorkshire, England
Kew Royal Botanic Gardens,
landscapes, glasshouses, historic buildings
and a vast range of rare and beautiful plants.
Low cloud wisps
Between night and day