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***I used products from SOSN offers -50% OFF- HALF PRICE TODAY ONLY-***
Mainly Etc by Danyale's At A Glance Oct BYOC Kit/Bundle- (super awesome offer!!!)
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light blue flowers stamp & beads in top & bottom, pink knitted butterfly, white small fabric button on right hand side cluster, red dots branch & green tassle elements on the bottom of the right hand cluster are from
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The yellow dymo alpha, heart square little tag with heart & piece of ric rac from
& Say Cheese Bundle (also Pink Reptile Designs)
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the rest all from Danyale's linked above
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These seemed to be the perfect photos for the challenge, as the road is almost full with people at all times, with that part of the London Borough of Camden (we live 5/10 minutes up the hill where it becomes a very residential area) has become so high attraction with the Markets, the Round House venue (where the iTunes Festival happens every year, and shows including No Fit State Circus and many other amazing events), the pubs where so many indie bands were born and continue to be discovered, amazing restaurants, the bridge that crosses part of The Stables Market (which used to be the Horses Hospital) with the Regent's Canal, people who live in their boats and tourist boat trips, an all vegan amazing small restaurants, and the very peculiar decoration so many of the stores have with gigantic dolls, Dr Marten Boots, even a Dragoon and an airplane, plus still remains a popular area for Goths and Punks, though I doubt much the punks are for real, but it makes for amazingly colorful photos for tourists. The thing is that it is so very full of people, that get through under the rail bridge  in the main photo, one needs to slow down as people walk not only in the pavement but in the actual tarmac road... so getting a photo like these above is extremely difficult, unless you go (like we did that day) between 3 or 4am  and 8am. We were meeting a couple friends of ours from the US, we met on Flickr, took some photos there and then went to the Finchley cemetery as Susan was looking for her Irish grandmother's lost grave, and the place is so amazing, photos can turn into a first class work of art. This was a long time ago, but the photos still are the ones I think about first as no people's photos :)
TFL!!!!