Sailing ships and plant on the window with net courtain in Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland.
Bicycle and plants at the window of Sarastro Restaurant, in Drury Lane with Kremble Street, London, United Kingdom.
Sarastro restaurant, named after a character in Mozart’s “Magic Flute”, first opened its doors in August 1996. Housed in what was once a public house on 19th Century gin soaked Drury Lane and latterly part of Peabody Housing, Sarastro quickly established itself as one of London’s most unique and must see restaurants.
Old mattres in an abandoned farm.
…”And if they touch your skin
Will your body draw them back in?
Spoiled wrong, like bad meat
There you fall sick and poisoned
Hear that humming sound (sound)
It’s the clock grinding you down
(Grind you down)
But if flats the edge you need
(Bad luck, bad luck, bad luck)
Cut a path back out to solid ground
(Bad luck, bad luck, bad luck) …” – ‘Abandoned House’ – William McGuffey Perry –