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gimme a penny by moyo

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captured at carnaby street, chelsea. 1985 or 6

nikon fe, 85mm, ilford panf


  • EvilTwin
    EvilTwinabout 4 years ago

    New Romantic meets Punk…what a great meeting of styles..

  • thanks et. a bit of nostalgia for us dinosaurs…

    – moyo

  • Charmiene Maxwell-batten
    Charmiene Maxw...about 4 years ago

    I love that – typical Carnaby street!!

  • janeymac
    janeymacabout 4 years ago

    brilliant image !!

  • ToastedGhost
    ToastedGhostabout 4 years ago

    Like some old mates of mine

  • i reckon the guy on the left could have been you even.

    – moyo

  • ToastedGhost
    ToastedGhostabout 4 years ago

    kind of I did used to bleach my hair

  • did you? and were you in london, chelsea in 86?

    – moyo

  • ToastedGhost
    ToastedGhostabout 4 years ago

    too late for me
    not me

  • your doppelgänger then.

    – moyo

  • carol brandt
    carol brandtabout 4 years ago

    great catch

  • thanks carol. sorry for a late response.

    – moyo

  • zdepe
    zdepeabout 4 years ago

    my time, or your? front of the coin or reverse :) …verey interesting background ..some bus crossing?

  • Michael Jones
    Michael Jonesabout 4 years ago

    Hehe, the guy on the right could have been Sid Vicious’ son and the other guy a young David bowie even, what a great time to visit London. I was there in 1980 and went to see ‘The Clash’ at Hammersmith, the appollo theatre I think. nice capture. cheers, M

  • hey wow, michael. i was living in hammersmith at that time but for lack of funds, all i ever went was ‘the red cow’ music pub. so i got to know the local heros instead.
    thanks for a lovely comment.

    – moyo

  • Michael Jones
    Michael Jonesabout 4 years ago

    what a small world, I think I must have been to that pub too, as I was staying with my cousin and she took me out all the time, we went to a pub in Hammersmith and watched a band, the ‘guest’ drummer was no other than Charlie Watt, from the Rolling Stones

  • great! i must have missed it. i left in 79 and only came back for short visits. i wonder what’s happened to the red cow and most of all, if i would still find it by walking around in the area.

    – moyo

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