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Borough Market seems to be on its way to being regulated out of existence, probably by the very people who would benefit from it being demolished and replaced with another office block. A major redevelopment of the site a few years back left it bereft of the character it once had, of old London, cheerful vendors and scruffy stalls and bursting with life. Now it's jammed with tourists and is no longer a pleasure to drift around with a camera. On my last visit I caught, out of the corner of my eye, this box of chicory thinking they were wrapped in a sheet of 80A correction filter, of the sort that I'd use for lighting an outdoor set with interior lamps! That aside, and my being old enough to remember Camp Coffee with its chicory ingredient (it was an acquired taste, and probably contributed to my not drinking coffee to this day), I found the box had a attractive colour palette and a simple 'design' to it, like piglets around a sow. I shared my first exhibition, with two photographer friends, at a Christmas Fair in Southwark Cathedral, just around the corner from Borough Market. I think I only sold three small pictures, but, well, you've got to start somewhere.            
Borough Market seems to be on its way
to being regulated out of existence,
probably by the very people who would
benefit from it being demolished and
replaced with another office block. A
major redevelopment of the site a few
years back left it bereft of the character it
once had, of old London, cheerful
vendors and scruffy stalls and bursting
with life. Now it's jammed with tourists
and is no longer a pleasure to drift
around with a camera. On my last visit I
caught, out of the corner of my eye, this box of chicory thinking they were wrapped in a
sheet of 80A correction filter, of the sort that I'd use for lighting an outdoor set with
interior lamps! That aside, and my being old enough to remember Camp Coffee with its
chicory ingredient (it was an acquired taste, and probably contributed to my not
drinking coffee to this day), I found the box had a attractive colour palette and a simple
'design' to it, like piglets around a sow. I shared my first exhibition, with two
photographer friends, at a Christmas Fair in Southwark Cathedral, just around the
corner from Borough Market. I think I only sold three small pictures, but, well, you've
got to start somewhere.
Borough Market seems to be on its way to being regulated out of existence, probably
by the very people who would benefit from it being demolished and replaced with
another office block. A major redevelopment of the site a few years back left it bereft of
the character it once had, of old London, cheerful vendors and scruffy stalls and
bursting with life. Now it's jammed with tourists and is no longer a pleasure to drift
around with a camera. On my last visit I caught, out of the corner of my eye, this box of
chicory thinking they were wrapped in a sheet of 80A correction filter, of the sort that
I'd use for lighting an outdoor set with interior lamps! That aside, and my being old
enough to remember Camp Coffee with its chicory ingredient (it was an acquired taste,
and probably contributed to my not drinking coffee to this day), I found the box had a
attractive colour palette and a simple 'design' to it, like piglets around a sow. I shared
my first exhibition, with two photographer friends, at a Christmas Fair in Southwark
Cathedral, just around the corner from Borough Market. I think I only sold three small
pictures, but, well, you've got to start somewhere.
Borough Market seems to be on its way to
being regulated out of existence, probably by
the very people who would benefit from it
being demolished and replaced with another
office block. A major redevelopment of the site
a few years back left it bereft of the character
it once had, of old London, cheerful vendors
and scruffy stalls and bursting with life. Now
it's jammed with tourists and is no longer a
pleasure to drift around with a camera. On my
last visit I caught, out of the corner of my eye,
this box of chicory thinking they were wrapped in a sheet of 80A correction filter, of the sort
that I'd use for lighting an outdoor set with interior lamps! That aside, and my being old
enough to remember Camp Coffee with its chicory ingredient (it was an acquired taste, and
probably contributed to my not drinking coffee to this day), I found the box had a attractive
colour palette and a simple 'design' to it, like piglets around a sow. I shared my first
exhibition, with two photographer friends, at a Christmas Fair in Southwark Cathedral, just
around the corner from Borough Market. I think I only sold three small pictures, but, well,
you've got to start somewhere.

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