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Wednesday, 11 January 2012

Three photos from Central London

 Trafalgar Square: "Admiral – you can come down now your ship is ready!"

 Chillin' and the solitary gulled pigeon: Trafalgar Square 10.1.2012

Bright sunshine on the Diana of the Treetops statue near Green Park tube station: 11.1.2012
The statue has recently been moved and forms part of the fine revamping of the underground station.

5 comments:

Justin Roberts said...

Very gull-like, that solitary pigeon!

Jim Budd said...

Perhaps that's why it was solitary Justin! Now a 'gulled pigeon'!

Anonymous said...

I shall have to become your resident birder!! Rock pigeon my foot...it`s a gull.

Bob AB

Jim Budd said...

Bob. Happy to bow to your and Justin's experience. It's a solitary gull.

CRM said...

The elegant statue outside Green Park underground station is The Diana Fountain (Diana the Huntress) by E J Clack. First installed in 1954 it has recently had some new gilding and has been moved to this new, more prominent position.