Continued from here.Regent Street was designed in the early 1800’s by the great British architect John Nash, as a compliment to the Prince Regent. It has since, for the most part, been identified as the physical and metaphorical heart of London’s social scene. Over time it has evolved into one of the most iconic shopping streets in Europe – more so, under the control of the Crown Estate, who took over Regent Street in 2001 and converted it into a brand.
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Scenes from Regent Street in black and white

Scenes from Regent Street in black and white

Scenes from Regent Street in black and white

Three years in London, and I’ve yet to catch this street deserted. It’s always bustling.
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Scenes from Regent Street in black and white

Scenes from Regent Street in black and white

And occasionally you’ll come across scenes that seem like they do not belong, but are yet very much part of the fabric of Regent Street. But that’s another post. Watch this space and keep the feedback coming!
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