Archive for June, 2011

Outside Mr Bagel’s ~ Snap by Mitch Hicks

Posted in Buildings, Food For Thought, innocent bystander, London, observation, Off The Wall, Uncategorized with tags , on June 30, 2011 by lkthayer

Outside Mr Bagel's


The Moment Passion Died

Posted in Big Trouble!!!, Food For Thought, innocent bystander, observation, Quote, Uncategorized with tags , , on June 29, 2011 by lkthayer

The Moment Passion Died
“Sometimes there is no poem, just a snap that tells a story. Life throws up many happy and sad times. We can only sit and reflect. Maybe the camera caught a moment on that reflection?
I took this snap in Brick Lane, London, 2008……Don’t let your passion die.”

Of course it is

Posted in Dressing Up, Kitch, Manikins, observation, Reflection, Window with tags , , on June 28, 2011 by lkthayer

Of course it is ~ Snap by Mitch Hicks

Snapped in London by Mitch Hicks

Bored Housewives

Posted in abstract, Artwork, arty farty, Banksy, Buildings, Collage, observation, Uncategorized with tags , , , , on June 27, 2011 by lkthayer

Bored Housewives
Has a Banksy feel to this one!…..Snap by Mitch Hicks

Yellow Balloon ~ Snap & Poem by Mitch Hicks

Posted in innocent bystander, Poem, Uncategorized with tags , on June 26, 2011 by lkthayer

Yellow Balloon ~ Snap & Poem by Mitch Hicks
Sometimes life is all about the yellow balloon
Why……..Well nobody knows
It’s not the song or the singer
Just the yellow balloon
Up up and away
You can’t hold onto a yellow balloon
Try it in your own room

Banksy ~ Getting it off the wall

Posted in Artwork, Banksy, Graffiti, observation, Off The Wall with tags , , on June 24, 2011 by lkthayer

Banksy ~ Getting it off the wall
Snapped by Mitch Hicks in Leake Street, 2008.

Fading Clown ~ Snap & Poem by Mitch Hicks

Posted in Graffiti, Head, Landscape, observation, Off The Wall, Poem, Uncategorized, Walk with tags , on June 22, 2011 by lkthayer

Fading Clown ~ Snap & Poem Mitch Hicks

A clown fades
I know that look
An audience of weeds
Bricks silently applaud
This hidden image unseen
No laughter for a fading clown
Undergrowth footsteps enrol me
Camera in hand ticket for last show
Remember this fading face with care
Tomorrow it’s the one that you shall wear