People whirl in a time lapsed blur Below gilded spires and ancient brick Along the banks of the blackened Thames Faces framed in photographic light A thousand selfies shine in the ether But none as bright as the white moon A pinhole pierced through the evening blue
This sunset illuminated my open window.
View from St. Margaret’s Church
The sunset from a bridge over the Thames River
I’m going to the Man Booker at Birkbeck with Hilary Mantel on Monday and happened to come across this amazing painting in the British Library. Serendipity!
A sunny day in my favorite London square. Even had a chance to visit a few pictures in the National Gallery. (Link: Redon’s Ophelia among the Flowers)
I love this city Londontown A welcome surprise on nights When rushing home is expected But hanging back for one moment A pause, reveals such beauty