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London – 16 October 2010

October 19th, 2010 · 2 Comments

Busy day – headed into the city first stop was the Borough Market. Some
very interesting stalls.

Mushrooms and more mushrooms.

Heritage tomatoes

Rabbits and pheasants.

Then onto the Tate Modern.

The Tate Modern

Greg & Natasa @ The Tate

This is art – ceramic sunflower seeds.

After the Tate we walked across the Millennium Bridge.

Then onto some window shopping at Oxford Street followed by a trip to Hyde Park. We walked through the Princes Diana memorial garden. Then crossed to Kensington Park to find Anish Kapoor’s sculptures, only
Found one, but it was stunning.

And from other side of Serpentine:

Let photo before heading home was Peter Pan – definitely not an Anish Kapoor:

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  • 1 Kay // Oct 19, 2010 at 7:44 am

    Looks like you are having a good time!! Weather looks good as well! Anish Kapoor sculpture looks amazing – the ‘Bean’ in Chicago is also by him! The choice over there is vast….all those mushrooms! Have a lovely time & love to Greg & Nats! Kxx

  • 2 Ross // Oct 19, 2010 at 11:17 am

    You’re lucky you managed to see the sunflower seeds, I heard they were removed yesterday because of dust concerns. The heritage tomatoes look great, and I am so jealous about you seeing Anish Kapoors work! Did you get a pheasant?