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ELFIN OAK

Originally carved in 1911 and maintained for over 40 years by sculptor Ivor Innes

The ancient tree was protected by small mesh ironwork which made photography difficult.

Rat Snail Owl

Mery-go-round

Physical energy

The Arch 19791980 is a large stone sculpture by Henry Moore - Kensington Gardens

Hemerocallis

Acanthus mollis

Gas light

Princess Diana Memorial Fountain

Serenity by Simon Gudgeon

Serenity by Simon Gudgeon

Another day lily

The London Mastaba by Christo and Jeanne-Claude

The Sackler Gallery Extension designed by Zaha Hadid

Pictures by Tomma Abts b. Kiel in 1967

Not a very promising looking building, but quite interesting on the inside.   Architect Frida Escobedo from Mexico

Indian Bean Tree

Stone and reflections

Albert Hall

2 Dead trees

We had a good lunch at a Nicholson Pub.   I had Mortimer's Orchard

Mews

The Design Museum

This head used to be on the south bank of the Thames.

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi a Scot was the sculptor

Love these shapes

Typewriters

From above

Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'

Lord Leighton's house now a museum

Echinacea purpurea alba

Olympia

We caught an Overground train then a Thameslink at West Hampstead and despite Michael's misgivings were home in good time.