samsette We found this street just out of the main centre of town where every house was a different colour. I've always had trouble with geo-tagging places after I've left them, despite having all my location settings switched on. Why do I get 'no results' if I search for anything like Oxford UK when I was just there yesterday?! Suggestions? 😬 #neighbourhoodnumbers #oxfordoutings 22h

» LOG IN to write comment.

samsette We had such an ambitious itinerary for our day in Oxford that this place had been flagged optional. I'm so glad it turned into a compulsory. How great are greenhouses! #oxfordoutings 2d

» LOG IN to write comment.

samsette Up early and Oxford bound 🚂 #neighbourhoodnumbers 2d
  •   cordugram Oh, that's lovely! As a kid I always wanted my room to have windows like those ;) 2d
  •   lavinia_cernau Have a great weekend, Samee! 2d
  •   emilievancamp Have a great day and weekend! 2d
  •   angrybaker Can't wait to see sunny photos! 2d
  •   laurenkallenphoto Your photos make me miss my lovely England! 2d

» LOG IN to write comment.

samsette Good morning sunshine ️ Fun fact: The roof of the @britishmuseum is asymmetrical. Not one of its 3,312 glass tiles is the same. #emptyBM 4d

» LOG IN to write comment.

samsette It's a stare off 5d

» LOG IN to write comment.

samsette Weekend scenes, amidst the market. #thisislondon 6d

» LOG IN to write comment.

samsette From a sunnier London afternoon spent with @sixsevensix 😎 #neighbourhoodnumbers 1w

» LOG IN to write comment.

samsette Good morning Saturday. It's so nice to see you 1w

» LOG IN to write comment.

» LOG IN to write comment.

samsette So I was up early on Saturday morn to visit the @britishmuseum before it opened to the public(!), and heck it's one beautiful building. With 10 million objects in possession to explore and up to 20,000 visitors a day, it was certainly an honor to be 1 of 14 explorers of an #emptyBM – the oldest public museum in the wooorrrld 2w

» LOG IN to write comment.

samsette We were commenting on how awesome this vine was, taking over the entire building, and lo and behold it belongs to this awesome lady! #putanafroonit #naturescombover 2w

» LOG IN to write comment.

samsette What else are Saturdays for, right? 2w
  •   underscoremag Best spent with coffee and reads. Thanks for the very nice pic! 2w
  •   samsette @matteo201295 no beaches close to London worthwhile, but another good option otherwise ️ How was your weekend? 2w
  •   samsette @underscoremag thanks guys! Was such a nice surprise to find. Are you working on the next edition? 2w
  •   matteo201295 I spent the weekend at the beach all day everyday, here it's too hot what about you? 2w
  •   samsette @matteo201295 sounds good! What beach is your fave? We were at the theatre Friday night & at a music festival yesterday! Lots of fun 2w
  •   matteo201295 Great. It's more than one anyway I love Posto Vecchio, Pescoluse, Maldive of Salento, they are like the Maldives and many more. I took this pic in Castro another beautiful place even if it isn't a beach. You would love them Samee!! 2w
  •   underscoremag Why thank you, we're all for nice surprises. Cracking on N°2 right now. We're fresh in London so we'd love to hear your thoughts if you're keen to share! 2w
  •   madewithmap 1w

» LOG IN to write comment.

samsette Up so so early ️😎 Happy Sat'dee! 2w

» LOG IN to write comment.

samsette Houses of Chiswick. #neighbourhoodnumbers 3w

» LOG IN to write comment.

samsette I'm really grateful I get to walk to work in London, but what if it was just to the bottom of the garden? The last shot I'll share from my visit to Rosalind Wyatt's studio over the weekend. You can view and learn more about the beautiful work she creates at rosalindwyatt.com 3w

» LOG IN to write comment.

samsette Being able to see the workings of artist Rosalind Wyatt within her home studio was so inspirational. The richness of her work and the stories she brings to life in such a powerful yet delicate way is admirable. She is currently working on a variety of pieces she calls 'The Stitch Lives of London'. Through collecting personal garments and handwritten letters, poems or a diary of thoughts, she expresses the untold stories of individuals through past and recent history we might not of otherwise heard from. Analysing the letterforms of someone else's handwriting and translating them onto fabric, stitch by stitch, she transforms the garment into a piece of that person's story. She plans to extend on this body of work significantly and I can't wait to see where she takes it. It is so refreshing to see first hand how an artist chooses to create but also acknowledging -why- they are creating. 3w

» LOG IN to write comment.

samsette Spent the most wonderful morning visiting the home studio of artist Rosalind Wyatt. Amongst her Chiswick abode, at the bottom of her beautiful garden, is her workspace – full of her calligraphic tools, pieces of work both finished and in progress, and lots of collected trinkets and items of inspiration. She is classically trained in calligraphy and has extended her practice into hand stitching pieces of written type on a variety of textiles. To gain insight into how she develops these pieces, as well as trying my own hand at some calligraphy(!), was a great way to start a Sunday. More pics to come! 3w

» LOG IN to write comment.

samsette Ah, finally the weekend 3w

» LOG IN to write comment.

samsette If only we woke up here this morning 1mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

samsette After collectively thinking summer was over on a cooler Sunday, boy it hot today Wednesday. 36 in London and @ceehat decided to cook a curry for dinner... but he did buy ice blocks 😎 1mon

» LOG IN to write comment.