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Docklands

Docklands Cranes

Past Docklands Glory

We got our first proper day of nice weather in London today so with nothing much else going on I decided to take the D70s for a stroll around the Docklands area where I live. Whilst the docks remain the industries behind them are long gone, mostly replaced by expensive apartments. However, there are still a few lingering relics remaining like these huge lifting cranes and it’s quite an interesting place to wander around. Unfortunately among these rotting hulks you could also included the impressive multi-million pound Millennium Dome which has sat empty since the end of 2000 – hopefully with the further regeneration of this area for the 2012 Olympics it will get a new life!

Originally from the UK, David is designer and wanderer currently based in Tokyo. Prior to this, he lived in China and still returns frequently to continue exploring this vast and varied land. He started Randomwire in 2003 to chronicle his travels and occasional musings. Feel free to drop him a line.

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  1. Wow, thanks! Hope you keep on reading 😀

    Yes, brocolie (however it's spelt) is not one of those words I use in every-day conversation and a difficult one to spell also!

  2. i think all your photographs are brilliant, i especialy like this one. im not quite sure why but as i was scrolling down the page i saw it and it caught my eye,i found out about your site on google as i was searching funnily nough for a picture of a brocolie or however you spell it.
    yours sinserly
    Alice Brayley

  3. Not to be a spelling Nazi or anything…but its spelled Broccoli.

    *wanders back to her little cave now that she has saved the day by ensuring the spelling of broccoli has been corrected*

    TG

  4. What was it you were saying recently? Regarding dependence on technology affecting our lives?? I think relying on specll check definitely counts! What you need is either to be a fantastic speller, like yours truly, or invest in a rather good dictionary…:p

  5. And embarassingly enough just noticed i spelled 'spell' incorrectly – this is of course a typo, not an example of my abysmal spelling (not that I bet anyone noticed…)

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