London 2009 – Days 27 and 28 – Catching Up

Don’t have time for a long post, but just wanted to fill in the gaps of the last few days.  Went shopping with L during the day, then to the Ceremony Of The Keys at Tower of London Tuesday night with L and her brother and sister in-law.  Lovely time.  Some pictures here.

Yesterday had work to do, but then got together with A for another visit to the St. Pancras Church Crypt Gallery, and then a lovely long stroll through Regent’s Park where A played with the digital SLR and took gobs of photos of the flower gardens.  I took plenty as well.  They’re all here, not sufficiently edited for A’s taste, but that’s life.  I’ll get around to editing when I get back home.

Had nice dinner at Base, on Baker street, and then walked back east on Marylebone Road/Euston Road, viewing public art and public spaces along the way, to the British Library where we said our farewells.  It’s always nice to make a new friend while travelling.

This morning meant packing and tidying up, and then some errands.  First back to get some shots of some of the places A and I went last night, to get better shots in the daylight.  Then down to St. Pans Crypt again to settle the purchase of a print by Emma Gregory

Emma Gregory - Wish You Were Here (2008)

Emma Gregory - Wish You Were Here (2008)

and a sculpture by Claire Plamfreyman.  There are some shots of Claire with her lovely piece, Short Story: Volume One, 2009 in today’s gallery here.

Clair Palfreyman with her piece Short Story: Volume One (2009)

Clair Palfreyman with her piece Short Story: Volume One (2009)

Short Story: Volume One (2009)

Short Story: Volume One (2009)

Now off to meet L for some shopping at Harrod’s.  I’ve never been there.  Later dinner with L and her sibs, and a visit to Embassy Row to see the fancy homes.

Tomorrow I leave my Original Home Town, and my new friends, A and T & J behind again, hopefully not for too long this time.  I hope to be back in autumn…

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