From the first few photos my husband took whilst in London had shown the moat half full, he said the access was easy. Today we drove to London early, with the children, to see this spectacular commemorative artwork. It was packed, rammed, almost impossible to move. We took a few photos and while my husband slowly made his one-way journey to the far corner for a few more photos, I took our children up through the station steps away from the masses. This is just a brief glimpse I took with my phone. Enjoy!
How many of you have just hummed the theme tune in your head?
This commemorative plaque resides on the right side facing the statue of Queen Elizabeth 1900 – 2002
Mr M took this shot whilst in London a couple of weeks back. This commemorative plaque resides on the left side facing the statue of Queen Elizabeth 1900 – 2002
My husband and some friends go to London for a photography day. They took big cameras with huge lenses and husband took his phone and my small camera! They had a competition at the end where work colleagues picked the best photo out of an anonymous selection. One of mine and his won!!!