25 Awesome Photographs of Londoners

What a brilliant collection appearing in the Flickr pool lately. Here’s 25 of the latest shots of Londoners, a diverse and colourful bunch. And so many talented street photographers out there in this city as you can see! One of my favourite Londoners posts yet.

All Gone
Photo: All Gone, Brick Lane market by Garry Knight

16/100, Koko/London
Photo: Koko fro m Austria by Jonathan Campenni

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Photo: Dancer by Kath

stranger # 67
hoto: Worod from Iraq who has also lived in Iran and travelled extensively by Stretch1000

Photo: Brixton by Harry Wakefield

Esther - Stranger 5/100
Photo: Esther Monolo works in Monsoon but has been singing since age 3 by Roj Whitelock

The girl with butterfly tattoo
Photo: The Girl with the Butterfly Tattoo by Xuesong Liao

N'Goni - Stranger 31/100
Photo: N’Goni plays roots reggae on the guitar with Real Sounds by Roj Whitelock

Unwelcome Audience
Photo: Unwelcome Audience by John Kortland

London Street Portrait
Photo: London street portrait by 67Jewels

The Final Cut
Photo: Former film maker and global traveler it’s Arners on the streets of Bloomsbury, Grape Street by Pete Zelewski

stranger # 114
Photo: Mark Powell on Frith Street, Soho by Stretch1000

Claire - Stranger 22/100
Photo: Claire, editor of Entertainmentwise by Roj Whitelock

Photo: Red Head on Portobello Road by Farlon Rahaman

stranger # 137
Photo: Ashwini from Bangalore who is in London doing a Masters in Sustainable Architecture by Stretch1000

Amara - Stranger 35/100
Photo: Mural artist Amara from Sweden on Brick Lane by Roj Whitelock

Italian student
Photo: Italian student in London by Xuesong Liao

London Street Portraits
Photo: Sue Kreitzman the Wild Old Woman – the Dare To Wear Exhibition at The Crypt by 67Jewels

stranger # 84
Photo: Demi, aspiring Model on Allen Gardens, Spitalfields by Stretch1001

A green haired girl wearing big bow
Photo: Green-haired girl wearing big bow by Xuesong Liao

London Street Portraits
Photo: London street portrait by 67Jewels

stranger # 101
Photo: Olivia wearing an old coat she inherited from her aunt by Stretch1000

Where am I going?
Photo: Where am I going? by Xuesong Liao

Purim in Stamford Hill
Photo: Purim in Stamform Hill by Alan Denney

stranger # 131
Photo: Ruby, whose favourite sound is that of her son’s heartbeat as heard through her husband’s stethoscope by Stretch1000

30 Londoners by Some Fantastic Street Photographers

I’m back in London after a very nice holiday. How is everyone? Anything exciting I’ve missed? I’ll be putting some NY photos on my Flickr page in the next few days if you’re interested. And speaking of Flickr, I came back to the LLO pool bursting with new photos (thanks!), so we shall dive right back in with 30 images of Londoners:

Graffiti & Site Workers Tea Break. Near Brick Lane,London, England.
Photo: Graffiti and site workers tea break by Joseph O’Malley

Photo: Windswept by John Kortland

Walk The Line
Photo: Walk the line by John Kortland

I am going to get his last one
Photo: I am going to get this last one by Graham F Kerr

Penny For Them [Explored #226]
Photo: Penny for them by John Kortland

Laid Back StylePhoto: Laid back style by John Kortland

Photo: Untitled by Delete08

TemptressPhoto: Temptress by John Kortland

Man with colour sleeve tattooPhoto: Man with coloured sleeve tattoo by Xuesong Liao

Shepard Fairey
Photo: Shepard Fairey by Hooked Blog

40 Winks
Photo: 40 Winks by John Kortland

Yea its dead groovy
Photo: Yea it’s dead groovy by Graham F Kerr

Eye On The Ball [Explored #194]
Photo: Eye on the ball by John Kortland

Frieze Art Fair 2012
Photo: Frieze Art Fair 2012 by Where The Art Is

Stand And Deliver
Photo: Stand and Deliver by John Kortland

Photo: Ripped by John Kortland

ipad P1040343cs (Copy)Photo: iPad photography by Hertsman

Photo: Formidable by John Kortland

I prefer riding my bike
Photo: I prefer to ride by bike by Xuesong Liao

Photo: Curious by John Kortland

For the last time ... no you cant have my last poloPhoto: For the last time no you can not have my last polo by Graham F Kerr

Asad Ahmad, BBC London News
Photo: Asad Ahmad, BBC London News by John Kortland

Eyes Down
Photo: Eyes Down by John Kortland

Cool man-2
Photo: Cool Man 2 by Xuesong Xiao

Two-Tone Faced
Photo: Two-tone faced by John Kortland

From Another Age
Photo: From another age by John Kortland

Gambling Rose
Photo: Gambling Rose by Graham F Kerr

Useful Tip
Photo: Useful tip by John Kortland

Bob [Explored #196]
Photo: Bob by John Kortland

Turned Adrift
Photo: Turned Adrift by Pete Zelewski

Have a good week everyone. If you have any London photos (especially if you go to Diwali celebrations in Southall tonight), add them to the pool.

Smoking Londoners

I don´t know very many smokers, but they keep appearing in photos in the Flickr pool, and so here is a little compilation of Londoners with cigarettes to go with that shot up there that I took in Shoreditch a few weeks ago.

George Takes A SmokeGeorge takes a smoke by John Kortland

The thinkerThe thinker by Sabine Thoele

Holy Smoke
Holy smoke by John Kortland

Smoky JoeSmoky Joe by Graham F Kerr

Andrea / Blitz / March - 2012Hanbury street blitz by Fish & Chic

Elegant SmokerElegant smoker by John Kortland

Stoneman And The Magic AshStoneman and the Magic Ash by John Kortland

Enjoy your week everyone!

Portraits of Londoners by Fish & Chic

Happy Weekend!

I am quite addicted to mulling over street photography of Londoners. In a city teeming with 8 million+ people from around the world, there’s never a shortage of fascinating shots being posted in the Flickr pool. And, after this week’s entry with photos of grumpy Londoners at the Queen’s Jubilee celebration was featured WordPress’s front page as Freshly Pressed and sparked such a great amount of interesting comments from all of you, I gather you love looking at photos of Londoners as well.

So, here’s a few more some the masters over at Fish & Chic.

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If you want some more Londoners, a few of my favourites come from John Kortland, Graham F Kerr and Pete Zelewski. Check them out!