Last day’s wanderings

On my final day I went for a walk.

I love the intricate work embodied in the roof of St Pancras Hotel over the station entrance.



I thought these sculptures in the garden of St Pancras Parish Church might look interesting in our Garden of Remembrance at Holy Trinity, or possible in the backyard of the vicarage?


A reminder of home on the wall of University Hall, University of London.


A griffin on the downpipe at Gray’s Inn.


Colour and elbow movement.


Entering the City on the Holborn Viaduct.


The Criminal Courts.



Sneak peak.


Especially for Barry Fry.


Postman’s Park.


St Pauls’ gardens.


More sculptures. This time, ‘Beckett’.



Obligatory selfie.


The Shard.


Puss-in-Boots.


Lunchtime mass at St Magnus the Martyr.




Monument.



Borough Markets reopened after terrorist attack.


Southwark Cathedral.


Southwark Cathedral has sculpture too.


Sunset.

2 comments

  1. I like the figures in St Pancras Parish Church. My great uncle Frank Crouch was buried in St Pancras
    cemetery, shot by his wife for his infidelity. She was said to frequently visit his grave.

    Glad to know you are on your way home. Ian. It will be so good to see you

  2. Elsbeth

    Lovely selfie. Welcome home.

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