Yesterday I took another coach trip, this time up to London with the aim of collecting another set of photos for the Summertime Photography Scavenger Hunt. I'm happy to report that it was a successful trip and I have the photos ready to show you now, but to make it more interesting for you I've included a couple of photos where you can play 'Where's Wally', so please leave a comment if you manage to spot him.
We were dropped off outside the Victoria and Albert Museum and from there I walked to Holland Park to get my first photo for No 4 | people playing a board game
Still in Holland Park I took a couple more for No 12 | a public restroom, bathroom or toilet. First up is this line of portaloos ...
Why did I choose these? Because they are not any old portaloos, they are superloos!
And for the same category, I also photographed one of the dog toilets, just because it's the first time I recall seeing one!
I then plucked up the courage to ask this man if I could take his photo for No 8 | someone 'plugged' into social media.
and I have some more for the same category; one more taken in the park and the rest in the V&A.
I found one more for No 5 | architectural columns. This is the Wellington Arch at the corner of Green Park.
And from there I headed over to The Mall where I was hoping to find those elusive flags. There was a cycling event on so access to The Mall was difficult and there were safety barriers everywhere, but I got the photo! Here is No 15 | a flag pole with at least three flags on it.
Thanks to that cycling event I also got another photo of one of the marshals for No 14 | a traffic signal
And also of this band, who were wearing matching t-shirts, for No 17 | at least two people wearing matching outfits or uniforms. They were brilliant and I stayed to listen to them for a while.
then some more for the same category taken in Kensington High Street and Horseguard's Parade.
|this one is a bit of a cheat, but I love this memorial so am including it anyway!|
And finally another one for No 9 | a tent. This was actually taken today at Stonehenge Campsite when I went to meet up with Sandie, but more about that tomorrow.
So, did you spot Wally?