Footfall

I seem to be getting to know your streets well. With an empty wallet and a head that tells me I’m killing multiple birds with one stone, walking is an effective form of getting around you. I get to see the real you in all of your disarray and disorder. I get to play limbo […]

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north end road

I’m at the south of North End Road. Venture up north and you end up with estates that loom either side of you.Β  North End Road is a road of markets. The stalls come and then they go, depending on the day, depending on the season. They spill out on the road, making it a […]

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this old friend

We stomp the worn down concrete of a city built of stone and pea-soup fog. We do it fast and strong and in sync because we know the way and we know each other. We were fast friends before we even knew it, and strong friends and so we remain that way down to the […]

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Orthodox churches dot the city of Sofia, Bulgaria. Russian, Bulgarian, whatever their heritage they are large and stand up clear in a city of contrasts. Left over from past years and carried on into their newest years, they are intimidating in their extravagance. The churches are huge structures that stand between you and the blue […]

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