The Black Friar is a narrow wedge-shaped pub jammed against the railway line at Blackfriars. Built in 1875 near the site of a 13th c. Dominican Priory, which gives the area its name & was the inspiration for the pubs design. The exterior of the building has jutting wrought iron signs for each bar & the pub's name is displayed in mosaic tiles. A statue of a large, laughing friar stands guard above the main door. Though unusual, the exterior does not prepare you for the extraordinary interior.
Documentary photography. Documentary photography is another application of photography. It is commonly used to document historic or important events such as War photography. Here is an example by Stephen Shames. This photograph is documenting the dramatic life style of a homeless child. (Documentary photos of the life in the Bronx.)
Stephen Jones's Royal Ascot hats PrevNext SharePhoto 3 of 4 Simply named "The Royal Ascot", this black hat is a modern interpretation of a ladies dressage top hat but in lacquered straw, complete with snood, veil and a cockade blush honeysuckle.
Siouxsie & The Banshees - Kiss Them For Me (Matt Pop's Spray Of Stars Mix) Siouxsie Sioux is one of the most charismatic front women in music - a true original. I wasn't always a fan of the band's music, but Kiss Them For Me was a great, edgy pop single. Melodic, structured, and produced by hit producer Stephen Hague (New Order, Pet Shop Boys, Erasure) I can imagine it being too commercial and radio-friendly for the hardcore goths and punks.