“Waterfall” by Gorky at the Tate Modern. One of my favorites of the day.
A projected work by Tacita Dean. I can’t post a picture of every painting, but I also got to see “Waterlilies” and “Nude Woman in a Red Armchair.” SO COOL!
Pooh’s Blustery Day!
I don’t remember where this was or what it is, exactly. But I like it.
There is a lot of delicious food at Portobello Market.
Okay, I can explain this. Basically…we were wandering around late at night and I saw this adorable woman through her window and I decided to take pictures. I hope this isn’t incriminating.
Beeza, Greg, and I ventured out to a new pub on my birthday and it seemed like a good idea to blow out the candle on our table and make a wish. Unfortunately, I forgot the whole “make a wish” part and then it was just dark.
Oh, hello, London Autumn. I like you.
Smoked salmon, cream cheese, and avocado bagels. Note to self: add this to Pinterest.
Hand in the Flower–a pub next to our house. No, I don’t understand the name either.
Fosdal took us on a trip to the Imperial War Museum and I saw one of the most moving Holocaust exhibits ever.
Truth. This is a piece of the Berlin Wall.
These kids were on a field trip to the museum as well. Their teacher asked them what three items they would bring if they were being taken to a concentration camp. Answers included: ipod, laptop, cellphone, and…Finding Nemo?
Nothing smells quite like fallen leaves.
Light posts just seem so British to me!
My birthday present: the spa!
This photograph reminds me of “Nighthawks” by Edward Hopper.
Fortnum and Mason: this store has existed for more than 300 years!
One of my Comm. classes took a trip to the Freud Museum. There was a series of clock paintings.
Baubles. I suppose they weren’t all baubles. I’m just a fan of the word. Baubles.
Going out to Enoteca for my birthday dinner! Thank you to all of my wonderful friends
I bought “House at Pooh Corner” by British author, A. A. Milne, and the book is 60 years old. That’s even older than my parents! 0:)