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Julia Keil is a Brockley-based photojournalist who has documented some of the characters living and working in the area. She's kindly agreed to let us use some of the photos from the series:
Brockley, where the good looking girls where glasses.
And the good looking boys can't spell
OMG everybody in brockley is white!
"The dream of the Nineties is alive in Brockley!"and yes good looking girls WEAR glasses.
Jesus was white too!
Anonymous 13:19, I think you need to adjust your monitor settings.Nice stuff.
And the not-so good-looking spell 'instalments' the American way.
American spelling is OK you know. It's still English.
Jesus was using American spelling!
We fought a whole war in the eighteenth century to get away from you and your lousy spelling.
Interesting stuff. Thanks for sharing.
Lovely photographs and interesting shots - black and white does look good.Does it matter if this particular bunch of half a dozen people happen all to be white (although the girl in the Broca has very asiatic hair)? It is a very small sample and I would suggest that it is more insulting to feel you have to make a point and find a token representative sample of each race.
PS Bus 172 redresses the balance - half and half - apart from the person totally hidden under their umbrella.
Brockley, wear we spell wear where. Everyone will be doing it this way soon, it's a thing.
In that case do I mean "thear" umbrella?
Really needed a picture of "Duke" of Duke's Nightstore.
Anon 13.14 - She just took some pictures of some people who happened to be white. I'm sure some days she takes pictures of people who happen to be black too. If she was claiming to have photographed everyone in Brockley, and they were all white, then you may have a point. But she isn't and you don't.
nice original artricle
Shouldn't that be "article"?
But the writer put some heart in it.
Buy a flash gun, it will improve your pictures. Available light is for people with too much time on their hands. Such people are artists, not journalists. Nice pics though.
Thanks for sharing this, I really enjoyed your pictures and your writing.
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