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Vaudeville Poster July 12, 1937. Original Vaudeville Poster from The London Palladium.

All of the pictures in this album are a reflection of a message that the photographer wanted to display. I felt that all of these photos fell under this category because they not only reflect beautiful photos and photography skills, but also the art of creating an image.

I see a lot of boards that have this pin, but I've never seen it put in context. This is the side view of Harrods. The entrance in the lower right corner is one of the busiest entrances, being so near the tube exit. In 1983 just before Christmas the IRA planted a bomb just outside the entrance. The IRA made a phone call warning of the bomb, but it went off before the site could be cleared. Six people were killed and 90 injured.

Chez Michele~ A delightful and charming decorative florists in the heart of Borough Market, London

London, Piccadilly Circus. I lost a gold bracelet near here when I was with my boyfriend at the time (we were in touch until he passed away in a motorcycle crash a few years back) that had an inscription from my 1986 summer in Spain with Spanish friends.

London, England, UK ...quirkiest place I have ever been... I can't tell when the English are sarcastic, serious or when it is appropriate to laugh. I found myself laughing at all inappropriate moments. (not far off from my character)

Ooooh love it! Distressed 2012 Olympics poster, with the rings made of different colored tea stains.

London, Great Scotland Yard, England (by Hans Kool on Flickr)

Taipei Film Festival 2013 Branding Proposal by Andy Wang, via Behance