3 October 2014

Friday figments & photos

A adventuring week of a Kiwi based in the London town, often looks something like the below. Well, sorta.

Entitled: "When Swans Attack"

Friday figments & photos - Adventures of a London Kiwi

 Entitled: "All kinds of riduculous, but sooooo good"

Friday figments & photos - Adventures of a London Kiwi

Entitled: "Sad2"

Friday figments & photos - Adventures of a London Kiwi

Entitled: "A modern kind of brunch, duck"

Friday figments & photos - Adventures of a London Kiwi

Entitled: "Accidental tea Occurances & assorted whimsy portraits"

Friday figments & photos - Adventures of a London Kiwi

Entitled: "I will always be a tourist, and I don't care"

Friday figments & photos - Adventures of a London Kiwi

Entitled: "Ummm?"

Friday figments & photos - Adventures of a London Kiwi

Entitled: "The best kinda view, an accidental one"

Friday figments & photos - Adventures of a London Kiwi

Entitled: "99 bottles"

Friday figments & photos - Adventures of a London Kiwi

11 comments :

  1. I love the tea shadow. It's kind of creepy, actually, in a cute way (does that make sense?).
    Also, now I'm really craving a doughnut and have the song 99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall stuck in my head. Fantastic. Lol


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  2. The swans here are so crazy!!! Ha!! Oh man, those donuts!!! Love the tea portrait!! And those bottles!!! Oh, I love bottles with all their different shapes!!

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  3. Oh groups of swans scare the life outta me! Hate hate hate walking by them!

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  4. I love the photos of the bottles on the wall!

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  5. I rather loved them too! (Ps. Just for the record it wasn't us who emptied them!!)

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  6. My friend was once chased by a Mamma swan protecting her babies. I just keep a safe distance (hiding behind railings in this instance!)

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  7. Aren't they fab (and oh that wall of donuts!!)

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