Yesterday I took a trip to London to drop off a delivery - which took me to the neighborhood of the Walworth Road, south of Elephant and Castle, that I knew a little. Driving away on my previous visit I had spotted, on a Saturday, what looked a really vibrant street market. I decided to see if things were the same on a Thursday, and indeed they were.
This was East Street market, and it was rather larger than I imagined it might be. But what I really noticed was a sense of community. So many people seemed to know each other, and the vibrancy was connected to what seemed to be a genuinely happy disposition of most out on the market, whether trader or customer.
And yes, Charlie Chaplin was born on this street!
These images have been added to my photos of Southwark- London gallery.