Category Archives: Exhibitions
… through the MOMA exhibition at the NGV. Those film filters that make you look younger, or rather a wobbly hand! Love the fountains and the facade of this beauty. Looking up, in the garden behind the gallery. So many … Continue reading
… living next door I couldn’t resist a visit to the British Library. The exhibition in question Terror and Wonder The Gothic Imagination. It kept me enthralled enough for a couple of hours, wandering, reading and viewing. Worth a visit, … Continue reading
This was a really well put together exhibition. I loved the way it was set out, as a typical house of the time in Pompeii or Herculaneum. The information was excellent, I knew a little but have not been to … Continue reading
… well worth it! Looking about … Twiddling my thumbs, heating up …
These caught my eye as I sat and ate lunch in my favourite room in the cafe at the V&A.
An exhibition of fashion from the Queen in the 50’s, Princess Margaret in the 60’s & 70’s and Princess Diana in the 90’s. A small exhibition but beautiful pieces of classic fashion of it’s time. Worth a look if you … Continue reading
The BP Portrait Prize is on when I come to London, a wander through today lead me to Carl Randall and his Japan portraits, winner of the BP Travel Prize in 2012. Then a wander through the Tudor Rooms and … Continue reading
Wandering, Trafalgar Square is London in my mind, because my first trip here it was where I sat and realised I was all the way around the other side of the world! It astounded me, I was gob smacked. And … Continue reading
Good morning coffee my friend! A bus ride into town, always amazed at the things that you see out the window, the contrasts astounding sometimes. Off the bus in the shade of the trees and walk into the gate of … Continue reading
Have decided to spend time hunting out photos over Easter, am going to add them to my Travels around and about page … and smile at memories of the things I’ve seen around and about.