Observe the emergency exit sign and handle on the back of this bus, print facing outside. Note that this handle and sign are on the back window of the upper deck of a double decker bus. As in, around fifteen feet off the ground, with no visible means of access.
Tal on Golders Green Road
Statue outside Buckingham Palace
Buckingham palace. Not much of a palace, really. Looks more like a big house.
"Guard" pretending to be a clockwork man in front of Buckingham Palace. One wonders if they actually guard anything. Lots of people went into and out of the palace past him without any sort of challenge.
Changing the guard at Buckingham Palace. Guard wearing a dead bear.
Skateboarding place outside the National Theater on the banks of the Thames
Outside of the (recreated) Globe Shakespeare Theater
More modern art. I call it "Suppressed Anger in Blue".
Tal on ferry on the Thames
Raincoat and sunglasses. It rained even when it was sunny.
Sun on the Thames
Houses of Parliament, etc...
Big Ben. After statues, the English seemed to have a fascination with clocks.
Like this one
Back to statues. Anyone know where this is from?
Strange sign on the outside of a door. It seems to me that if you come out of a fire exit, you're probably smoking, if not completely on fire. That's the point, isn't it?
Tal in Kensington Park
At the lake in Kensington Park
Letters and flowers for Diana on her 46th birthday on the gates of Kensington Castle
Looking back after having been kicked out of King's Cross Station