Photo of the day: Looking for ash, but this is what most London nights looks like.
Iceland’s volcano is causing a mess in the aerospace industry and the one source the media isn’t talking to is the volcano! Here are my questions for the volcano.
Ten Questions For Eyjafjallajökull:
- Why are you mad?
- When will you stop spewing?
- Can you make your ash disappear? Will you? Now? Please.
- Is this the end?
- What can I do to help you?
- Do you have any accomplices?
- Do you compromise?
- Will you be reimbursing loses?
- Will you be doing this again?
- Do you understand what kind of trouble you’re in?
Saturday's view from Parliament Hill over London. If you looked up you would seen a beautiful sky like...
...this. The sky remained a brilliant deep blue the entire weekend, despite the volcanic ash cloud.
March 30, 2010
Besides transcribing footage for a Weather Channel documentary, ironing was my biggest accomplishment today.
March 26, 2010
Fresh basil growing in front of you. Have a piece.
Last night I checked out Vapiano, an Italian style restaurant with a cool modern twist. The buddies I went with love this spot off Oxford Street (Great Portland Street Actually).
Vapiano’s system is wicked trendy. When you walk in, you are handed a card – much like a debit card, which keeps your tab until you pay before you leave. You order your food in designated areas, like a cafeteria, and watch them cook it in front of you while you are waiting. Vapiano definitely takes pride in their fresh food attitude.
The menu ranges from fancy drinks, to personal pizzas, to antipasti, pasta dishes, and cute desserts.
Make sure to grab your seating first though as you wouldn’t want to be carrying plates of food around with no where to sit – this place fills up fast with the hip and trendy crowds. It’s definitely a place where locals meet their friends and tourists enjoy their time alike.
Trendy vibe, cool people, and even cooler food.
My shrimp scampi made in a jiffy. Grade B+/A-. I'm a tough critic.
March 23, 2010
Space is hard to come by in London. Imagine six people living in one fair sized flat. They – I mean, we – have one large fridge and one small fridge. That’s not enough for our cold store foods or the supply of fine wine. But we do have plenty of cabinet space.
The two bottom drawers are mine. One milk, a jam, and tomatoes to the left.
Mostly raw ingredients. Four kinds of tea. I can easily cook something up, or bake you some cookies.
S.P. Sullivan, my significant other was in town so he didn’t really need to see my photos of the day since he was with me this week. But here they are.
March 14, 2010
Safe to say, the Museum of London was enjoyed by Sean.
March 15, 2010
Not to be emo, but Sean was the only good thing about my day.
March 16, 2010
The Photographer's Gallery is hit or miss, so keep going back.
March 17, 2010
My favorite night site is Parliament and the clock tower. Beautiful.
March 18, 2010
Sometimes it's the simple things in life that have meaning.
March 19, 2010
The Vietnamese Restaurant in China Town is phenomenal.
March 20, 2010
Fish for sale at Portobello Road Market.
March 21, 2010
The British Library.