A newcomer to England and a beginner in photography during my London days, I found the seemingly boundless city breathtakingly fascinating and used every opportunity in my spare time to get to know it better. In those years, 1968-1977, I found it a very pleasant place to live: the times were good, the people were friendly and easy-going, the pace […]
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