long time no photoPosted: October 16, 2007
We ended up there right at the end of the day and all the best seats were gone already.
Tourists. In London. Always a great subject. ;)
Looks like Berlin happens in London these days!
Of course we had to go and see Doris Salcedo's Shibboleth in Tate Modern.
It's the £300,000 crack on the concrete floor of the great Turbine Hall
(and the current top conversation piece in London). I must say, it is impressive.
Although someone disagreed with me…
… and some got more up close and personal with it than me.
Oh, and some took far more artistic photos of it than me…
Look, photographers suffer for their art, too! :D
Outside Tate Modern some people were smart in saving money on their lunch and being able to catch the amazing October sunshine at the same time. (I think I am slowly becoming to realise why I so love the half frame Olympus camera so much from this photo!)
Then we were off to the South Bank (of course)!
I honestly don't think I've ever seen this street performer do what he is supposed to do.
All I see him do is have cigarette breaks! :D
Couples do the cutest things. ^-^
I loved these two sharing and flirting on the South Bank.
And then it's back to St Paul's.
That man fed the pigeons with such love and care.
(I love that expression on that girls face!)
So, there we have it. Now I'm back to roaming the streets of London on my own. And not a festival in sight (as far as I know! :D) Oh and I've shot some film on the Olympus half frame camera couple weeks ago too, but I need to scan it all and then I can come back and post it all for you to enjoy. I'm going in a bit of a random order with my photos since the film stuff is a bit older stuff than what I've shown you, but at least I've got something more, and new, to show you soon!