|Well I like this one|
|The Reader Family|
|Battered but Loved|
|Waiting For The Trains|
|Time doesn't stand still for long|
Then on to Imperial War Museum, to see the new gallery refurbishment by Foster + Partners, which I admired greatly, the materials in subdued grey tones, allowing the gallery exhibits to take pride of place, and disturbingly real they are, using real war machinery, film footage, posters, sound, archive photographs and narratives to show the reality of Warfare. I found the First World War and Holocaust galleries monumentally moving and came away almost shell-shocked myself.
I did take my usual Architectural treatments of the building, and will return for a more considered visit, I expect.
Next stop Trafalgar Square to see the Norwegian donated Christmas Tree, simply lit and a symbol of Xmas in London.
Finally, Somerset House, for a drink and a relax before heading home on the train, tired but happy to have had a good day, which London always gives.
Home to an early nigh, thanks for looking