Author Archives: Ben Rowe

About Ben Rowe

I take photos of life, for work and for pleasure...mainly in London but sometimes further afield.

Sukho Fine Thai Cuisine

Sukho Group own three Thai restaurants in South West London – Sukho in Fulham, Suksan in Chelsea and Suk Saran in Wimbledon. All are stylishly decorated and have a relaxed atmosphere serving quality modern Thai food. These photos are a … Continue reading

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Smug

Smug, Camden Passage, London. A lovely lifestyle boutique by Lizzie Evans where you can very easily spend far too much money. Smug is filled with beautifully designed homeware and accessories from furniture to teacups. Go and visit the store. If … Continue reading

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The Old Blue Last

The Old Blue Last, Great Eastern Street, London. The Old Blue Last is a pub and live music venue in East London run by Vice. It hosts ‘forward-thinking’ bands and DJs every night (usually for free) and is the epitome … Continue reading

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Palais Garnier shop

Boutique de l’Opéra National de Paris, Palais Garnier, Paris. A beautiful mix of the old and new, lit by lights reflected off of huge convex mirrors, this boutique shop in the Palais Garnier sells all things opera and ballet related, from … Continue reading

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The Stow Festival

The Stow Festival, Walthamstow, London. The very first Stow Festival took place at the end of September, showcasing local musical talent in many venues across E17. Here, Wagon Tales and Peppercornrent performed at Ye Olde Rose & Crown. I moved … Continue reading

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Leighton House Museum

Leighton House Museum, Kensington, London. The house was once home to Victorian artist Frederic Leighton who over a period of 30 years expanded the building and filled it with treasures from all over the world. The centrepiece of this work … Continue reading

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Kentish Town back streets

The back streets from Kentish Town to Hampstead Heath reveal some of London’s hidden-away pretty Dickensian Mews, cobbled streets and brightly painted terraces. Once over looking fields, these narrow alleyways now provide quiet respite from the busy Highgate Road. They … Continue reading

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