Saturday, November 28, 2015

Brompton to Brixton (via John Sandoe Books/Chelsea)

I barely manage to post in November because of all the marking, but I'm fitting one in last minute today after a nice walk from Brompton to Brixton via Chelsea.

Lovely John Sandoe Books where I 'discovered' a novel by Iain Sinclair, the one where he 'tracks' John Clare out of Epping Forest (title: Edge of the Orison).  Moral of the story: I'll have to go back!

A sidewalk itinerary map inscribed near Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea

Chelsea Bridge

They're re-doing the stacks

Interesting 'sculpture' at Electric Avenue above Brixton Market

Home with a detour through Richmond and a movie at the Odeon (Carol, based on Patricia Highsmith's novel The Price of Salt (another I should've looked up at John Sandoe Books!))

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