A collection of cryptic photographic creations celebrating Cockney rhyming slang. The aim of the book is to 'ave an Albert' (Albert Hall: ball) and to keep alive a colourful London tradition, which is in danger of disappearing. Just as the main motivation of Cockney rhyming slang is to 'ave a giraffe with dicky-birds', (a laugh with words), the photographs are pictorial plays on words, reflecting the humour and ingenuity of this slang. So go on and buy one, it ain't a lot of 'sausage and mash'. And tell all yer 'Chinas' about it down the old 'rub-a-dub'.
An award winning lifestyle television director, Anne Clements now takes still photographs on her travels around the world and London, where she lives. Her work ranges from conceptual images to street and travel photography. Her photographs sell all over the world.