"Chim Chimney, chim chimney chim chim chim Cherie, I likes what I like and I like what I see." The old man sung as he sat on the rim of the dirty roof top. He used to know every chimney in the city of London and moved like his legs were rubber. awaited him in by the another smoke stack as he gazed out into the night.
He felt a breeze, more of a presence , he hadn't felt it in years.
"Winds in the east, Mist coming in"
"Like something is brewin, about to begin,"
"Cant put me finger, on what is in store."
"But I got a feeling this had all happened before"
He heard footsteps landing behind him as a young woman holding her umbrella and carpet bag stood behind him. "Hello again, Bert"
"Lovely as ever, Mary Poppins."
Which tablet did you use and which PS?
C'MON UBI, LET THE NEXT GAME GO VICTORIAN
prints soon on canvas. But this is pure nostalgia
for me. I lived in London for 10 years. Four years
in an old Victorian walk up in Swiss Cottage where I
rented a room on the top floor. There was a window
that went out to the roof & I'd sit up there for hours,
mostly at night & have a view similar to this. It was
pure magic. PLEASE, OH PLEASE offer this as a print!
I'm sure so many of us would be so grateful if you would.
Looking forward to seeing what else you create! I equally
appreciate your wonderful photography. Thanks so much
for sharing your work.