Wednesday 02 January 2013, London.
Wow, two posts in a row in a supposed period when not much was happening. Not that I did anything particularly post worthy, though I did leave the house with the trusty Canon in my bag and that is always a good start.
I wandered along the South Bank for a bit.
Found one piece of street art, not the most likely place for it, so a pleasant surprise.
And this very cool sculpture called “under the baobab tree”.
Of course a walk along the South Bank has to include a visit to the Tate Modern, and I was pleased to see some things I had missed last time I visited, or the permanent collection had changed a bit.
There are a few nice Picasso’s here and I particularly liked “Bowl of fruit, violin and bottle”.
And “nude woman with necklace”.
While I really enjoy all the carvings and sculptures I have seen in temples and cathedrals I have never been a fan of sculpture in a museum setting. However I did really like this Matisse, I am wondering if it is because of the Picasso influence on my tastes ?
Sadly the weather had turned when I left and I had a damp walk across the Millennium Bridge over the Thames in search of soup for lunch and a train home.
It was another good day !