After we did the quickest walk round of the gallery, had a lovely lunch in a cafe near by, we headed for Trafalgar Square - there's always lots to see there.
We had a drink in the cafe in the courtyard of St Martin's in the Field, the lovely church that overlooks the square, and we had a great view of the window in the church which was designed to look like a cross.
|Looking towards St Martin's from the square|
At each corner of Trafalgar Square there are plinths with statues of famous historic figures. The fourth plinth is a little different, having more modern things on it - in the past it has had a giant rocking horse, a ship in a bottle, and members of the public spending an hour each up there. Now it has a beautiful blue cockeral for all to admire. I think it's a bit more of that art I don't understand, but at least it's pretty.
So that's our day of art (not exactly what I would call it) and enjoyment of the hubbub of London.
Until next time, be good, keep smiling, and look after each other.
Pamela and Ken