The Day After

I don’t often write in my blog because of my dyslexia. I normally let my images do the talking.

I was watching the news about the recent London Bridge attack and I could not believe what I was seeing. So I had to see it with my own eyes. I wanted to document the journey from Westminster to London bridge. I thought the city would be empty with no one around but this was not the case. There was no fear on the streets, there were people doing their own thing. People where getting on with their lives. There was no division between anyone. On my walk I saw love, happiness, shock and a great sense of standing together.  What I wanted to show in my images was the mood of the city.

Love will always win, believe in the good. My thoughts go out to all the people who lost someone, who got hurt and to the police and the paramedics which are doing a great job.

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