Yesterday I had the chance to spend the morning with a bunch of extraordinary girls from all over Europe for the Women International Parkour Weekend, a two-day training event run by experienced female coached led by Shirley Darlington from the Chainstore Parkour Academy in East London.
Yesterday the girls trained outdoors in various London hotspots challenging themselves with new goals and improving their techniques.
I find parkour such an amazing discipline and watching the ladies jumping and climbing all day makes me feel it’s time to wear my trainers and have a go!
Sand artist Martin Artman at work on a sculpture of animated cartoon character Homer Simpson, near Gabriels Wharf, Southbank, London, UK on Sunday, 27 April, 2014. Martin Artman defines himself as a 2D sand sculptor and regularly crafts likenesses of famous people and characters from popular TV show (especially the Simpsons).
London Exposed opening yesterday night, first solo exhibition in London for Julija Svetlova @nejafeja
Mannequins are extremely different from country to country… this is a series of a few funny ones I saw during my last trip in Northern Morocco…
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