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On Sunday T and I took a walk along the Southbank towards the Tate Modern to go and have a look at the Yayoi Kusama exhibit (more of which later). These are just some photos I snapped while we wandered.
We walked from Waterloo Station towards the river between the Royal Festival Hall and the BFI. I hadn’t spotted a series of mosaic pictures of ‘celebrities’ before. I don’t know if I have just been unobservant and missed them or if they are new. Anyone know?
We passed this rather dapper looking man looking at the books under the bridge.
Not a particularly interesting picture but not every day you see swans this far down on the Thames.
Someone had left a paper flower which I thought looked good with St Paul’s in the back. And then I spotted the ladybird.
And then spotted the best grafitti I have ever seen in London. I had my prime lense on so couldn’t zoom out to give you more setting to the picture. Imagine a whole lot of bridge drawings to the left. So funny. I almost walked past without noticing but thought it seemed pretty strange when the word “Argos” caught my eye.
The sun was shining.
I went for a jog.
I had grapefruit for breakfast.
Had my first asparagus of the year.
And went for a picnic in our local park.
Have you all had a good weekend?
It doesn’t really make a difference to me at the moment because I am not working and don’t have any University classes until the week after next but it is still nice having the Mr home for an extra day. It gets very quiet around here.
I came across this photo while sorting photos. It was taken while I was on holiday in South Africa. This person was just in front of me at a food market in the countryside. It makes me want to pack a small bag and go somewhere where the sun is shining so that I can pick some wildflowers.
Anybody have any exciting plans?
p.s. apologies to those who aren’t celebrating a long weekend but hope you have a good normal length one too.
Last one, just a few pictures from the night time taken on a wander along the Southbank.
You can check out some more photos on Flickr.