A Knight’s Tale (61: Soil And Heating From Battersea)

A period of stability was to follow when, for a little more than a year from early 1973, I shared Giles’s flat in Claverton Street, S.W.1. This was a rented basement in a Pimlico terrace. The enclosed back yard was a small area of concrete. There was no real sunlight. Nothing grew there. The elderly womanContinue reading “A Knight’s Tale (61: Soil And Heating From Battersea)”

Rambling Round Chelsea And Pimlico

A CLICK, WHICH CAN BE REPEATED, WILL ENLARGE ANY IMAGE Today I scanned a dozen colour slides dated May 2008 from my Streets of London series. Wikipedia has these snippets to offer on Pelham Place SW7: Pelham Place is a street of Grade II* listed Georgian terraced houses in South Kensington, London, England. Pelham PlaceContinue reading “Rambling Round Chelsea And Pimlico”

The Foam Rubber Mattress

Aaron brought a friend with him this morning, to help him spread the shingle on the back drive. In two hours they neatly laid four tons of material. That they didn’t cover the full extent of the drive was simply because there was not enough gravel. I will need to buy some more. This afternoon I scanned aContinue reading “The Foam Rubber Mattress”