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Flashback to Adoration and Endurance

It’s Friday, and time for a flashback to an old Travel with Intent post. This week I’m hopping back to London in 2014, and some street art that I also shared last year in its slightly updated form.

Adore and Endure

Originally posted February 19, 2014, as part of my old Look Up, Look Down Challenge.
Images London, 2013 and 2014.

One thing that’s certain in Shoreditch, is that whichever way you look, there’ll be something to surprise and intrigue you.

I return to the area regularly to view its ever-changing graffiti but, interestingly, the piece above, by Steve ESPO Powers, has been true to its word and has indeed endured; it has been there since October 2010.

Look up further and you’ll spy two of the four  recycled Jubilee line train carriages that make up the creative studios of Village Underground, an eco-friendly studio space for creative artists in London.

And the trains seen from the other end:

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Copyright Debbie Smyth

Posted as part of Fandango’s Flashback Friday

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