Primož Jakopin, photo diary

A Weekend in London
Fulham, Camden Lock, National Gallery

January 13, 2018, 53 pictures

          Most images are approximately 683 x 1024 pixels in size, numbers in front of the picture descriptions are serial numbers of the original photo files. A click on any artwork image shows it in full resolution.

          Pictures photo and copyright (c) Primož Jakopin 2018.


Fulham


 


 
38278. Rear view of a modern double decker bus, line 11, at the terminal, Fulham Town Hall station ...


 

 


 
38279. ... and the front view


 

 


 
38284. A black man with hood, busy with his cell phone, sitting on the bench of the eastbount platform of the Fulham Braodway underground station


 

 


 
38280. The first scene from the westbound train ...


 

 


 
38281. ... the second one ...


 

 


 
38282. ... and the third one


 

 


 
38283. Westbound train at the Embankment station, just before the doors closed for departure


 

 

Camden Town and Camden Lock


 


 
38285. Camden High Street, view in the direction of Camden Lock. Camden market with its Stable Market is one of the top London attractions, especially for the vintage and retro gear.


 

 


 
38286. View of the Camden Lock with a narrow boat (top left) when the boat operator is closing the western lock.


 

 


 
38287. Western lock is closed, now he is opening the eastern one.


 

 


 
38288. Water level started to fall, so he is untying the rope which was holding the narrow boat away from the lock.


 

 


 
38289. Inside the largest leatherware store in the Camden Stables Market


 

 


 
38290. A chandelier store


 

 


 
38291. A cherry-printed dress for a little girl


 

 


 
38292. Fleming antiques shop


 

 


 
38293. A snack in the Pret A Manger restaurant: tuna sandwich (for later use), vegetable soup, bread, garlic, cooked chickpeas, hemp oil (black cumin oil was not possible to obtain in Fulham and in the City), lemon, cooked green beans, blackcurrant jam, hot water, cranberry juice (bought locally, way too sour, aronia juice was available only diluted 1:200)


 

 


 
38295. There were no separate toilets for Ladies/Gents, all were labelled as unisex ...


 

 


 
38294. ... there were three, all in high demand.


 

 


 
38296. View from the first floor to the groundfloor of the restaurant


 

 


 
38298. A vendor in the Nepalese ethno shop with two customers ...


 

 


 
38297. ... and a light jacket on display


 

 


 
38299. One of many shops on the Camden High Street


 

 


 
38311. It was cold and also a bit windy but some shoppers, even not particularly young as the man depicted here, were wearing shirts with short sleeves or shorts ...


 

 


 
38314. ... while the majority was dressed more appropriately.


 

 


 
38300. The four underground train rails - the second and the fourth (from bottom up) are power rails. The lower one carries -210 V current while the upper one +420 V


 

 

The National Gallery


 


 
38301. Gravity defying Yoda-goblin-disguised street artist, a more clear view


 

 


 
38302. Palma Vecchio: A Blonde Woman, about 1520, oil on wood, 77.5 x 64.1 cm


 

 


 
38304. Bronzino: An Allegory with Venus and Cupid, about 1545, oil on panel, 146 × 116 cm


 

 


 
38306. Inside the gallery


 

 


 
38307. Claude: A Seaport, 1644, oil on canvas, 103 x 131 cm


 

 


 
38309. Philippe de Champaigne and studio: Triple Portrait of Cardinal de Richelieu, probably 1642, oil on canvas, 58.7 x 72.8 cm


 

 


 
38312. Anthony van Dyck: Portrait of François Langlois, probably early 1630s, oil on canvas, 97.8 x 80 cm


 

 


 
38315. Another view into the depths of the first floor gallery spaces


 

 


 
38316. Joseph Mallord William Turner: Calais Pier, 1803, oil on canvas, 172 x 240 cm. The best naval masterpieces, such as Turner's The Battle of Trafalgar are kept elsewhere, in The National Maritime Museum in Greenwich.


 

 


 
38318. Elisabeth Louise Vigée le Brun: Self Portrait in Straw Hat, after 1782, oil on canvas, 97.8 x 70.5 cm. In a class of its own.


 

 


 
38320. A woman in yellow rubber boots during her visit of the gallery


 

 


 
38322. A couple, just acquaintances, below the outdoor gallery staircase


 

 


 
38323. The three sisters in the lap of one of the four lions at the foot of Lord Nelson's monument


 

 

To the Entrance of the Buckingham Palace


 


 
38321. The Mall, the wide boulevard that leads to the Buckingham palace (in the distance) from the Trafalgar square


 

 


 
38324. Victoria Memorial from the east


 

 


 
38325. A mother tending to her two daughters


 

 


 
38326. A couple is looking to something interesting happening at the entrance.


 

 


 
38327. The northern of the two guards (black) with black bearskin at the palace door made his 15 steps along the palace wall and just turned around. The distance from the outer fence with visitors is great and even a long telephoto shot had to be cropped in half for this and the following pictures.


 

 


 
38328. Here he is at the end of a step ...


 

 


 
38329. ... and here in the mid-step.


 

 


 
38330. The other guard walking


 

 


 
38331. Ornamented doors to the yard of the palace


 

 


 
38332. Men taking selfies in front of the memorial


 

 


 
38333. Gold-coloured statue on top of the memorial


 

 


 
38334. Coat of arms on top of the outer palace fence


 

 

Fulham


 


 
38335. Backpack, an acquisition from the Camden Town


 

 


 
38336. Dinner - a baked red snapper, baked potatoes with cooked carrot, garlic, beetroot salad, apple compote


 

 


 
38337. Dessert: banana cake, apple compote


 

 

  Fulham, National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, January 12     From Fulham to Ljubljana, January 14  




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