St. Paul's Cathedral is a popular place to gather. Most of these people are teenagers, waiting for the tour group leader to give them instructions. This reminds me of how we kids used to hang out in front of the First Baptist Church in my home town, waiting for the evening service to begin. Mmmm, maybe not so much, now that I think about it.
A statue something like this would have been nice in front of my hometown church.
In front of a building that face St. Paul's, a series of six columns stand watch, called Angels.
How great is this? Very.
London. Great art everywhere.
Walking up Aldersgate Street, where Mary Sidney had a house (and where she died), Robin took me to Postman's Park. In the park is a small memorial to Heroes who died saving (or trying to save) other people's lives (it can be seen in the background).
The simple monument exhibits ceramic plaques that honor people who died in heroic acts of courage.
A London walk keeps your camera busy.