Chance Encounter

A chance of bumping into something intriguing increases dramatically if I am on foot, moving through London in a slower pace.

And I came across a pub with a lovely name the other day…

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“The Blacksmith & The Toffee Maker”
It’s a bit hard to imagine what connection they have with each other.
Still, sounds lovely, doesn’t it?

Then, I discovered this wall…

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Words overlay on top of another, creating a fascinating illusion of the depth on the wall.
I could read the words, “Cures Wounds Sores”. Were they advertising any medicine?
Anyway, it was a great wisdom that the owner of the wall decided not to white-wash over them.
I can’t wait to find what gem awaits me next time I am walking through the city…

BTW, I found Mr.B tangled up with a chair leg this morning.

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While I was washing my hands, he walked around the chair more than once…
And hey presto, he is stuck.
How silly you are. But I love your silliness nonetheless…

2 thoughts on “Chance Encounter

  1. I love the chance surprises that London town throws up. Turn a corner, and there is a hidden, cobblestoned lane, or the facade of an old mews, or an architectural detail lovingly preserved. Keep posting – you help to remind me of my London days, and oh how I miss them! 🙂

    • Hi there. Thank you for your comment!
      Recently, I’ve taken up walking as a part of my fitness regime. Walking gives me more than slim legs & tight upper arm. It makes me love this city more.
      I shall keep on posting gems of London street to lure you to visit here very soon (^-^)

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