I normally work in beautiful Slough - which is a non-descript town a few miles West of London. This is where my work relocated office to after being based in Hammersmith for a few years. But recently I have been working in “The City”.
Travelling to The City in the mornings involves getting the Jubilee Line tube down to Wembley Park - and then switching to the Metropolitan Line - and then getting off at Farringdon station followed by a short walk to the office near St.Pauls. I love this little walk. There are so many interesting things to see - not least of which is the area around Farringdon Station itself - which is a combination of visual haze and cacophony of life and busy people.
I stepped outside the station the other morning and looked back onto the station entrance. There is a streetseller of punnets of juicy strawberries for one pound a carton - and he’s shouting out loud his bargain buy. I see many people purchasing. I snapped a picture - and very quickly realised that I could stand here all day. Just watching the world go by …