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Saturday, 30 June 2012

Friday Rush Hour by Kings Cross Station

(This guy made a donation)

Friday, 29 June 2012

Stratford Centre

These pictures were taken back in April, when these decorations outside Stratford Centre had just been put in place. In these shots the decorations are being lit up by the setting sun.

This view is from the station opposite Stratford Centre

This is the reflection of the Stratford Centre in the windows of the station opposite (taken from the DLR platform)

Saturday, 2 June 2012


The sculpture "Mountain", by Diane Maclean, can be seen at the University of Hertfordshire (UK), College Lane Campus.

A young magpie

I saw this young magpie just outside the London Wetlands Centre in Barnes. He (or she) was just standing in the grass with his parents nowhere to be seen. After a while he began hopping along and looking towards the sky. Then he started to try and squeeze himself through gaps in the wire mesh fence by the path (unsuccessfully). He wasn't able to fly properly, only managing to flap a couple of feet off the ground. I started to get a bit worried for him, as he looked quite vulnerable. However, eventually he hopped up close to a tree, whereupon an adult swooped down, gave him some food and disappeared again. I wondered whether the parents had been observing him all the time, but were concerned about my presence. So I backed off to a distance. Then an adult swooped down again, and gave more food, before flying off. After this, the chick found a gap in the fence that he was able to squeeze through, and he vanished into the bushes.