London to Canada – 22 May 2003

22 May 2003, Leicester Station, Leicester, UK

This was taken on my way to London to stay the night with my cousin Xie. I flew to Canada the following day.

This strip of photos comes from my series Photobooth 46 Year Project. The complete set of posts to date, can be seen in reverse order at the link Photobooth 45 Year Project (Archive) under the Categories heading in the side bar, on the right of this post.

For those of you who are new subscribers or visitors to this blog, UK artist Dick Jewell made a video using photos from this project in 2012. It can be seen on Vimeo here.

 

13 comments
  1. oglach said:

    Lovely photos, the second one down is my fave. You know how to sell a Lonely Planet guide. 🙂

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  2. Is that when you then came sneaking into this country? Pretty cute with your Lonely Planet Canadian guide book.

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  3. Ralph said:

    It’s amazing how you can be in three places at once Kate; UK, Canada and Australia, or do you just teleport from country to country ? 🙄💖 or, maybe I should use the Australian emoji 🙃

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  4. LOL! In the first one you appear ‘frazzled’, the next two you’re in sales pitch mode, but the last one displays a miraculous recovery ~ at last ~! The caption would be, ok, job done, back to the big scary world with cousin Xie, travel on soldier! You’re nothing if not entertaining K…. gotta luv ya! Hugz !!! p.s. yah Ted, I agree, the emo does resemble her! *wink*

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