Tag Archives: Pea-Souper
A real Seagull Souper
We thankfully don’t get the greeny-yellow sulphur and soot laden fogs that inspired the naming of London Fogs as ‘Pea Soupers’ any more. Today’s fog that didn’t really lift really was pretty heavy and damp and grounded hundreds of aeroplanes … Continue reading
Posted in Autumn, Birds, England, London, Photography Tagged Canary Wharf, London Fog, Pea Soup, Pea-Souper, Weybridge, Whittets Ait 11 Comments
And now for some poetry….
No sun – no moon! No morn – no noon No dawn – no dusk – no proper time of day No warmth – no cheerfulness, no healthful ease No comfortable feel in any member – No shade, no shine, … Continue reading
Posted in Life, London, Photography, Poetry, spoken word Tagged Grey, London, November, Pea-Souper, Poetry, Thomas Hood, Tower Bridge 5 Comments