Having wandered around London for a few days I thought I would share some things I have seen, as I think it would be a shame not to show you London's beauties.
I would like to take more pictures of interesting items, but as I spend most of my time either in work or at home I don't really get to take many interesting pictures. However, I have seen a few things which I will share below:
Firstly I saw this fascinating street performer who had a tuba the same as Harold Bishop (Neighbours fans will know what I mean) that breathed fire as he played along to the old music coming from the record player he was sat on. Capturing a photo on my phone with the flames emerging from was not an easy task. Luckily I arrived as the song ended and he held the note a little longer than the rest of their performance and the flames can be seen. I had a problem with my phone today as the pictures came out pixelated/blurry when I upload them to my blog. I really hope that this picture of the street performer comes out. I saw him near Tottenham Court Road. I am all for street performers as some acts can be interesting and well worth the spare change in your pocket. I hope to find some more street performers but the best are the ones you find when you are not looking.
I find the individuals who paint themselves either gold, white or silver to be good, but as there are quite a lot of them dotted around London seeing them can get a little boring and disappointing sometimes as some costumes/make up are not all that good.
This is one reason why I dislike the tube, look how many people are down there and this isn't even on the platform.
On my walks around where I live I came across this lovely house with wisteria all over it. It looks beautiful, but I wasn't close enough to smell it.
Also in the garden of this house was these beautiful flowers
As well as this bush
Then on another outing I saw this little fella, so friendly I wanted to scoop it up and put it in my handbag and take it home.
Outside Charing Cross, depending when I work I either see tourists stepping in the phone box to have a picture or tramps using it as a toilet.
One rainy Trafalgar Square.
I was lucky enough to see the artist pain this. I wonder how long it will be before someone grafittis on it.
One day I dream of living in a house on a road like this. Not sure what style/decade these houses are but I love the design
This for now is my London but I hope to improve the pictures as my phone seems to have busted on me annoyingly.