Saturday, 28 November 2009

Monday 28th September 2009
sunset at 10 past 6 from Ha'penny Bridge

Wednesday 30th September

Today we took the bus (bus pass at the ready!) to Trafalgar Square
..... and walked for miles and miles and miles!!
Sculptor Antony Gormley invited the people of the UK to occupy the empty Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square in London. Every hour, 24 hours a day, for 100 days without a break, different people made the plinth their own.

Suzanne H was on the plinth at 10:57 when I took this photograph - if you follow the link to her video and fast forward to 56.8 minutes you will get just a glimpse of George with Molly walking to the right to the rear of the fountain.
Peregrine Falcons keep the pigeons away from Trafalgar Square Nelsons column
St Martins in the Field
interior of St Martins
close-up of the altar window
Admiralty Arch
Horse Guards Parade with London Eye in the background
on guard on horseback (or kept in the dark and fed on sh*t, as George observed)
on guard on foot - ? distracted by someone exiting from his left
Buckingham Palace and the Victoria Memorial
Russell Court
St James's Palace
the Courtyard at St James's Palace
one of the magnificent buildings in Waterloo Place
China Town
Regent Street taken from the upper deck of a London bus
.. on the way back to our mooring

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