London. Damp streets, a stiff breeze, and Bertrand Russell comes to mind: “Eternal objects can be conceived as God’s thoughts. Hence Plato’s doctrine that God is a geometer, and Sir James Jeans’ belief that He is addicted to arithmetic.” 

Few things feel as eternal as a lone bus stop in the middle of the night.

Bohren & Der Club of Gore – Midnight Black Earth

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