Granted, a whole blog of photos is the easy way out, but our Internet service here is beyond spotty and I do what I can do. Yesterday we went to the South Bank and started by walking across the Jubilee Brridge . lovely.
The plan was to go to the Tate Modern, but first we walked and walked and walked and then walked some more, taking a long detour because of all the building going on in the area. Luxury condos and skyscrapers sprouting. But along the way, visual joy. Empty today, but often filled with skateboarders.
We went to the special Klee exhibit at the Tate Modern, which was umpteen rooms and what seemed like hundreds of paintings. But it was such a mob scene that we couldn't get close to most of the works, which were quite small. Afterwards, we went up to the Members' Lounge and had tea and cake and looked at the view across the Thames.
That made us think we should go over to St. Paul's. I had been there 50 yrs ago but my travel companion had not. So we walked back over another bridge, where we had a view of the Shard (on the right) and the Tower Bridge in the center.
And here was an artist at work.