For the last year or so I have heard that photographing in public places in London is getting harder to do. City cameras capture every move. I usually don’t photograph someone unless I ask him or her first. Years ago, I worked as a photographer for a newspaper. So my blog will never be a “fine art” destination. But hopefully, it is a place were I can post photos that are fun and portray a portion of the “real” life that is going on around us. And in the process, it’s only natural that a twinge of my past photojournalism experience would creep in—or out—every now and then.

The last time I was in London, I had lots of fun with the camera. These folks were willing subjects. They didn’t mind the camera, and they “wanted” to talk and assure me that they would pray for me and those with me.