5 In six years in london

sunday

feel, by anthony gormley – on the ceiling of the foyer at the wellcome collection. the periodic table, the wellcome collection.

feel, by anthony gormley - on the ceiling of the foyer at the wellcome collection the periodic table, the wellcome collection
glass bottles, the wellcome collection
glass bottles, the wellcome collection
phallic amulets, the wellcome collection. library of the human genome, the wellcome collection
phallic amulets, the wellcome collection library of the human genome, the wellcome collection
stay curious
crayons, the wellcome collection stay curious, the wellcome collection

cupcakes from peyton and byrne
the princess of shoreditch
the princess of shoreditch
 the princess of shoreditch
the princess of shoreditch the princess of shoreditch
john bunyan, author of the pilgrim’s progress. bunhill cemetery, city road, london
john bunyan, bunhill cemetery, city road, london bunhill cemetery, city road, london
a streetpianos installation, bunhill cemetery, city road, london
a streetpianos installation, bunhill cemetery, city road, london a streetpianos installation, bunhill cemetery, city road, london
some lovely person left a rose on the tomb of dame mary pace. “She departed this life March 4 1728 in the 56th year of her age”
bunhill cemetery, city road, london

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a trip to peruse the weird and the wonderful at the wellcome collection, delicious sunday lunch at the princess of shoreditch and a wander through bunhill fields cemetery.

  • bella
    23/07/2011 at 14:36

    Leonie – these are all so beautiful! The glass bottles, the lunch, the rose.. oh my! I feel like I was there with you. (Are these all film?)

  • Amy
    20/07/2011 at 18:55

    Wow, you go to such amazing places! =)

  • lisa field-elliot
    19/07/2011 at 00:03

    stunning, quiet, contemplative, you. we didn’t have enough time. we need more. xoxo

  • Andrew Baird
    17/07/2011 at 22:02

    Love the periodic table, the chandeliers & the Princess!

  • jane
    17/07/2011 at 21:12

    thank you for taking me with you… i loved all the little cards on the wall and the meal…. yum!