Wednesday, June 8, 2005

Ballet in Trafalgar square

I am in London. After the meeting, I went to Piccadilly circus, walked down the Reagent street to Waterloo place, where they have statues of Lord Lawrence, governor of Punjab in 1857, and of the better known Viceroy of India, Lord Curzon. There is an intriguing house there with a golden statue of Athena.

At Trafalgar square I found a big crowd, sitting on the stairs watching a giant screen showing a live broadcast of Royal British Ballet company. It reminded me of going to watch films in Ravindra Rangshala in Delhi. Only my bum has got softer or perhaps it is the age, after a while, my bones seemed to press on the hard stairs, making it difficult to sit. So finally I left it and resumed my walk.

British modern art gallery behind Trafalgar square has lovely red colured boards announcing some exhibition, wonderful as a background to take pictures. Seeing a couple of British policemen (actually policepersons since one of them was a woman), I quickly clicked. I Love taking pictures of uniformed persons.




Trafalgar square, London, UK - images by Sunil Deepak, 2005

Trafalgar square, London, UK - images by Sunil Deepak, 2005

Trafalgar square, London, UK - images by Sunil Deepak, 2005

Trafalgar square, London, UK - images by Sunil Deepak, 2005

Trafalgar square, London, UK - images by Sunil Deepak, 2005

Trafalgar square, London, UK - images by Sunil Deepak, 2005

Trafalgar square, London, UK - images by Sunil Deepak, 2005

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