I love mooching around. London has plenty of places to satisfy that craving. I saw this little lamp in a second-hand shop, and just could not resist taking a photograph of her. I played around a bit and here is the result. I always wonder about items like this, where did she come from, who owned her before, and who let her go and why? The shop owner had no idea and so she remains a mystery, but mystery or not, I’ve named her– The Little Lamp Girl of London.
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