Friday, May 13, 2011


Regent's Canal, London
Its days as a trade route done under by railways and lorries, the canal lays silent and heavy. Rare late afternoon sunlight casts long shadows and unmarred reflections and a sleepy warmth lingers in the air. Don't drink the water, little birdies. Under the mirrored surface lies a layer of sludge.

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