Sites to see

07Jan10

In London today most people assumed that travelling to work counted as “non-essential”. During the rush hour this morning this allowed me to prove my theory that in our biggest city you are never more than a few metres away from a man in a high-visibility jacket.

Picture of a man in a high-visibility jacket in front of Nelson's Column

Trafalgar Square in winter

Picture of Buckingham Palace and frozen lake in St James's Park

Buckingham Palace and frozen lake



3 Responses to “Sites to see”

  1. Beautiful pics Alex! really pretty.

    I too am now concerned about the feline population of London and the surrounding areas!

  2. 2 Camilla

    Alex, I had a dream last night where I came to your house for lunch. I think it must have been prompted by seeing your Christmas tree at http://adventoutside.wordpress.com/2009/12/23/day-24/. In my dream your house had wonderful views in several directions and a chapel at the bottom of the garden, which was nice. But I didn’t understand why you had to crush my car flat in order to park it. Fortunately you were able to restore it so that I could drive home.

    Should I be worried by the workings of my subconscious mind?

  3. Camilla – Oh. That was your car? They are easier to park when flat. It’s not a chapel, it’s a compost heap at the bottom of the garden, but it is venerated.

    Yes. You should be worried about your subconscious mind. But only when you are not thinking about it.


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