Tag: flaneurbanite

  • Photostories | Autumn comes to Barnes

    ontinuing with the Barnes explorations – I’ve had a hard time looking beyond the obvious prettiness of Autumn arriving in this leafy neighbourhood. While I hate the passing of summer like everyone else, dreading the onset of Autumn, the increasingly dreary mornings and evenings, the longer nights, the cold blustery winds, autumn has a knack […]




  • Photostories | Exploring Barnes – 1

    nce upon a time, I used to live in Chiswick. And if you know me in real life you would know just how deeply I was in love with the place. Turns out, that after vowing to never move out of Chiswick as long as I live in London, I did. I think that’s down […]




  • PhotoStories | The Moon And The Crane

    And a few minutes later… The first picture was clicked on my iPhone 4S and Instagrammed (“flaneurbanite”, if you’re on Instagram), the second was clicked with my DSLR and is entirely unedited. ~ All images in this post are the copyright of Shilpa Bhatnagar, all rights reserved. Please do not copy, download or use anywhere […]




  • Urbanism | Of Loneliness in The City

    Last week, I listened to a talk by Leo Hollis, historian, urbanist and author, at a wonderful event by Salon London (I give away this last detail quite reluctantly, as I’m a big fan of the Salons, and extremely selfishly, would be loathe to see them become too popular!). Hollis spoke about Why Cities Are […]