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This is the building seen a couple of posts ago, from outside the Lego store in Leicester Square.
I met my classmate, Naoto, at the Centre for British Photography and we went to a bustling, crowded Chinese restaurant he knew where, after a wait, we were directed to a table on the 2nd floor (3rd floor to Americans) and I saw this out the window.
The Grassy Knoll
Duke’s Court, office complex in Woking.
Love of Country
It’s hard not to be touched by this honoring of the fallen of the 1914-18 war, nor to forget its condemnation by such as Wilfrid Owen (full poem at the link):
The old Lie: Dulce et decorum est
Pro patria mori.
Lifting the Dome off St Paul’s
A Shining Example of French Orthodoxy
Pillar, Shadow, Moto
These pillars link the Palais de Tokyo to the Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris. I was struck by the strong light behind them, the wide shadows they were casting and how the shadows linked to the row of all black motorcycles but I couldn’t quite find the angle I wanted.
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