I would love to get inside the head of this sculptor....was he thinking "I'm gonna sculpt a horse...no just his head...and then I'm gonna plant him nose down on granite....and I'm gonna say that represents....uh...the people..." I am sure this means something...but we saw it from a bus window so I couldn't tell you.
Sunshine is a rarity, so the sun bathing chairs are set out on this unusually sunny day.
Nobody's getting close.
You should click on this picture just so you can get a real good look at these guys "on the job". It will make you rethink your job. Maybe it's not so bad after all. I wonder if they ever fall asleep standing up?
Waiting for the subway....the tube. It's a little nerve-wracking waiting because once it stops, you only have a few seconds to get on before the door closes. And in those few seconds, people are getting off and many, many are trying to get on. SCARY.
We headed home to eat then turned around and got back out for a real treat. Our hostesses purchased tickets to a concert at The Royal Albert Hall....to see Paul Potts. Do you recall that name? He's the average "Joe" who won Britain's Got Talent with his surprisingly beautiful tenor voice. He actually made Simon Cowell smile and give a compliment with his performance on the show. You probably saw the youtube video going around the net....if not check it out here.