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Again my route retraced my steps back along the Strand to Trafalgar Square. I took a couple of water images and particularly liked the four bottoms sitting on the edge of the fountain. I watched the buskers and the artists for a while and then saw the back of the girl looking at the hoarding with the big face images. I thought this looked interesting and I was happy with how it turned out. This was my last visit of the day, which had been pretty productive and a long walk! Hope you like the images.
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By the time I reached Soho Square it was late morning. The sun was bright and the park benches looked inviting. There were people tending the gardens, office staff enjoying the sun and a whole host of locals getting together and having a chat.
There aren't that many places in Central London which still feel like they have a strong community but this place certainly does, so Soho Square was chosen for my second community chest location.
My photos were easy to chose today, the bicycle bell and the stickered-up sign seemed to go together well and the water sprinkler summed up the feeling of summer very well. Hope you enjoy them. . .
To get to my next location, (Great) Marlborough Street, I cut through the alley at the end of Carlisle Street, along Sheraton Street then north on Wardour Street and west onto Noel Street. This leads directly into Great Marlborough Street. See you there soon. . .
Photographing London, Surrey and beyond. From the top of the Shard to the end of the garden. . .