Sunday Stroll - Brick lane, London

Petach

Hall of Famer
Oct 22, 2011
123
UK, Essex
Peter Tachauer
One of my favourite haunts for a spell of shooting street faces. Brick Lane, and environs, in East London.

Brick Lane Faces
by Pete Tachauer, on Flickr

Brick Lane Faces
by Pete Tachauer, on Flickr

Brick Lane Faces
by Pete Tachauer, on Flickr

Brick Lane Faces
by Pete Tachauer, on Flickr

Brick Lane Faces
by Pete Tachauer, on Flickr

Brick Lane Faces
by Pete Tachauer, on Flickr

Brick Lane Faces
by Pete Tachauer, on Flickr

Brick Lane Faces
by Pete Tachauer, on Flickr

Brick Lane Faces
by Pete Tachauer, on Flickr

Brick Lane Faces
by Pete Tachauer, on Flickr

Brick Lane Faces
by Pete Tachauer, on Flickr

Brick Lane Faces
by Pete Tachauer, on Flickr

Brick Lane Faces
by Pete Tachauer, on Flickr
 

rayvonn

All-Pro
Jan 19, 2015
124
Is Petticoat Lane on your list as well Pete? It must be over 30 years ago since I went there.
 

Petach

Hall of Famer
Oct 22, 2011
123
UK, Essex
Peter Tachauer
Is Petticoat Lane on your list as well Pete? It must be over 30 years ago since I went there.
Not really, not half as funky as Brick Lane. I think I may have tried it once but didn't get much out of it. When I was a kid I had a job doing washing up in a cafe in Wentworth Street. That was in the 60's and it was much more interesting then with fast talking stall holders selling crockery and cutlery, chocs', make up etc. Still had bombed out buildings from the war then. We used to watch the kosher (I think) butcher slit the throats of chickens. For us kids it was exotic and exciting to watch. Not sure I would like to see that now!
 

tonyturley

Hall of Famer
Nov 24, 2014
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Scott Depot, WV, USA
Tony
Great captures, and a colorful cast of characters. It looks like most of them either didn't notice you, or were just ignoring you. I'm certainly not brave enough to go out in a crowd like that with a camera. My thing is going into the deep woods to see what I can find.
 

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