I live pretty close to his boyhood home. Times when I've driven past or couple times I deliberately actually stopped in front of the house I've found my photography for the next week or so improves great, particularly the tonality of my prints. It's amazing.
Did the house have a moonrise, or any other halo-like artifact, above it?
I cannot remember exactly when I heard the following fact, but I certainly remember it......
When enjoying a lovely glass of tap water in London, the chances are it has been enjoyed by up to a previous 17 Londoners.
I would hate to put off any prospective visitors to our fair capital city, especially during the year that sees the Olympics in London and the Diamond Jubilee of HM Queen Elizabeth II, so for balance I have to point out that I have drunk plenty of it and never come to any harm.
Interestingly, In Victorian times the Thames was so polluted it gained the sobriquet 'the big stink' and the largest and most expensive public works ever, built the largest sewer system built up to that time, most of which is still in use today, literally huindreds of miles of brick built sewers.....the guy who designed it was called Bazelgette and a statue was built commemorating his work, more cynical observers would say that since the Houses of Parliament are directly on the North bank of the Thames the politicians had a somewhat vested interest in approving the spend....
Chances are you won't even need to add developer. Also, I've heard that Ganges water is a great developer for perfect moments. It did the trick for HCB, so it should work for you too! Take a picture of a pebble on the street and the Ganges water will turn it into an all-time classic with a strong sociopolitical message.
And the sign said, "long haired freaky people need not apply"