Monday, 7 December 2009

New Views of London






View number one: Distinguished artist Grayson Perry, view obscured by fawning fan who had made him some hand-spun wrist warmers and was in the process of handing them over. Mr Perry kindly noted that he looked forward to having warm wrists.

View number two: Empty plate, Carluccio's restuarant, Richmond. Very fine food and good company.


View number three: The view from our first hotel, the Euston Travelodge. It is fair to say that the Travelodge chain is not renowned for its love of the picturesque.


View number four: Knitter near Euston Square finds that pointy sticks are no match for urban flying monsters. Subject is relieved to look slightly less like the back of a ( London ) bus than in view number one.

Thank you to Archie for taking views one and four.

7 comments:

soxchik said...

Don't worry, you look great!

michele said...

i love the simplicity of photo #3.

and fun to see you knitting outside.

Julia said...

You look nothing like the back of a (London) bus...I claim that look as my own! Was it exciting talking to a renowned artist? What's that you're knitting Jeni?

inkberryblue said...

Fun! =)

Lucette said...

What are you knitting? Actually, I'm a bit envious that you can still knit outside. Looks like a great trip.

mary jane said...

I love the story the images tell, what fun you must have had.

kat said...

ah! good story. you are so kind and generous with your knits