A small rise today, but as it’s a very small one, I’ll ignore it.
In my London walk last weekend, I managed to get a few interesting photos (would have been better with the X-T1, but never mind). This is a part of the Horses of Helios sculpture at the junction of Piccadilly Circus and Haymarket, and a rare instance of me using camera flash:
It was a much nicer morning today, so the walk from the hotel (just over Lambeth Bridge) to the office (via Parliament Square, Whitehall, Trafalgar Square, Wardour Street and Oxford Street) was altogether more pleasant. It was a wee bit nippy, but the nasty wind that made yesterday’s walk not so nice was absent.
We got things done. Sorted out all that we could in time for Aaron to leave for the station at a sensible time, and me to check in to a different hotel (much nearer the office) by 4pm. As it was too early for dinner, and I didn’t want to sit in front of the TV or computer, I went for a touristy walk – down Regent Street (busy!!!), through Piccadilly Circus (likewise) and on to Trafalgar Square, then an indirect route before hitting Charing Cross Road, Oxford Street and another indirect route through Fitzrovia before returning to the hotel. After a short break, I headed for my usual branch of Pizza Express, where I had a nice dinner. And now I’m back in the hotel. Here’s a photo taken with my little Fuji XF1, which doesn’t handle low light nearly as well as the X-T1: