I may be overestimating what constitutes fame. Nevertheless, I feel very chuffed to see a photo of mine appear in top capital blog The Londonist!
You are virtually a celebrity! You must get drunk and fall out of a nightclub onto the pavement immediately.Then you must pay the person who takes you to these glamorous photography locations ;)
I'm not sure I shall be able to consider myself truly famous until they make a Broadway musical of my life. Or until Paul Morley slags me off on Newsnight Review.
Why not combine both and get Lloyd Webber to run TV auditions, which Paul Morley can then slag off...
Like the shapes in the pic. Congratulations and celebrations!
What? You mean you weren't already famous? I have been commenting on your blog for nothing!?!? :o)
a long as you remember the little people from when you were just another unknown...:)
what is striking are the unexpected contrasts: solid black railings perched on old-fashioned red bricks, low slung painted red and washed out wooden bridge? juxtaposed, crowned by sleek geometric glassy expanse of modern building with delicate, airy 'miracle of engineering' spilling out of it and faint mottled light blue and white sky background.sums of the character of contemporary london, really. a stunning composition.
nameless person: gosh, thanks!Jen:The mere fact that I chose to blog about this suggests there's no hope for me, bu I shall try and remain humble.Rhina: Think of it as you being ahead of the curve ;)Lucia: Thanks, it was the way the shapes seem to merge into each other that caught my eye.Cheerful: Have you ever considered working in television?
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