I spent the night out with my dad enjoying the crazy thunder storm we had last night (the thunder was so loud I literally ducked in cover once or twice) and enjoyed the Lightning show that went on as well. Today is a bit stormy as well so as such it seemed appropriate to give this another look as its my favorite kind of weather.
Another Lambeth picture, this time of the Thames foreshore where many people found work as labourers or sailors, shortly before the building of the Albert Embankment in 1866-9. It is part of a collection of images by William Strudwick, which are among the only surviving mid 19th-century images of a London working class district.
Up until the 20th century, London was filled with squalid slums known as Rookeries. The most famous was in St Giles, though other Rookeries include Rosemary Lane and Jacob's Island in Bermondsey, where Dickens's Oliver Twist villain Bill Sykes meets his end.
One of the earliest photographs recording a London industry, this picture is one of a series taken by Geoffrey Bevington, a leather merchant and tanner from Bermondsey. Bermondsey was the capital's leather processing centre, and these pictures were displayed at the Bevington and Sons' stand at the 1862 International Exhibition.
something unnamed that sets us apart. If I had know, I'd have shown my face to the sky. And cried, and cried, and cried.
#jasmineyogatutorial : #CamelSplits Another one that is way easier than it looks. I have no idea what this pose is called so I named it by the poses it is made up of! Tips and tricks: 1) Stretch well before trying. One min hamstring stretch. One min low lunge. :) 2) The hand behind you is going to help you balance. So take your time to find the correct position. Find the hand position that suits u the best. I find being on my fingertips makes the pose easier but you might find being on yo...