|Next time I need a passport photo...
||[May. 23rd, 2017|09:05 am]
Well, no, I probably won't go all the way to London to patronise Passport Photo Service, as described in the Guardian.
I could do worse, though. It was founded in 1953, and thanks to its speedy service and central location had many famous clients, often referred by the US Embassy. "The first famous person through the door was Errol Flynn. He stood with his hands on his hips and said: 'Yep! It's me!'" Mohammed Ali saw the gallery of passport photos, and told the firm that now they could replace them with a single big picture of him; Uri Geller bent their only spoon.
But their "most important" visitor? Too nice a story to spoil: go, read for yourself.
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