Are you up for a guessing game? See if you can guess what this is. Here’s a hint. They are not memorials. These concrete posts were built for a purpose – but what?
Until someone gets it, I’ll give more hints on my Google Plus page (http://goo.gl/Mrrdyb).
Well, we are back at home in Scotland. Maybe in need of a cleansing of the palette.
On a foggy morning, I went out along a Northern coast. Here, the cows graze on steep hills and seem unfazed by the chill morning fog.
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To say goodbye to London, here’s one last view of the iconic Big Ben and Parliament sitting on the Thames River. I look forward to coming to London again.
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Moments after my sunset shot over the rooftops of London (http://adventureswithandrea.com/2013/09/rooftops-of-london/), The quiet night was interrupted by a subway train rolling through the neighborhood.
For a better look, we decided to see if we could walk to the roof of our hotel. As luck would have it, the door to the roof was wide open. I couldn’t help but think of Chim Chim Cheree:
There’s things half in shadow
And halfway in light
On the rooftops of London
Caw! What a sight!
While vacationing in London, we stayed at a hotel on this street. Everyday, as we would walk down this street to the subway, a certain song from My Fair Lady would pop into my head.
People stop and stare. They don’t bother me
For there’s no where else on earth that I would rather be
Let the time go by, I won’t care if I
Can be here on the street where you live
Can you tell what this is?
I’ll give you a hint.
It’s in a London museum.
I’m guessing it’s about 50 feet across.
The hole is large enough for people to fit through standing up.
Ok. I’ve kept you in suspense long enough.
It’s the entrance to an exhibit about the history of the Earth in the Natural History Museum in London. There is an escalator that goes up through a giant globe. This is a long exposure so the people are blurred.
Here’s another picture so you can see it better.
Buckingham Palace in London is a huge edifice. Surely there’s more than just this one…
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