Week that Was in a Writer’s Images
2017 August photos for week of the July 31st to August 4th by Author Scot Fin. Full size slideshow at the bottom of this post.
2017 Photos – July 31st
Waterstones has the books, London has the heart. I noticed this banner outside Waterstone’s book shop but it is prominently displayed throughout London at this time. The hashtag on the banner #Londonisopen.
2017 August Photos – 1st
More books in London and on Piccadilly as well. Just up from the previously pictured Waterstones is the historic Hatchards. I understand actually owned by Waterstones now, it is nice to see they kept this renowned bookshop as is. Needless to say, Waterstones and Hatchards took up a good chunk of a day wandering through these multi-floor stores.
2017 August Photos – 2nd
Not just pubs and beer; they do have (good) wine and wine shops in London. And this wine was very good as we found it at a restaurant, Rowley’s, that has quickly become one of our favourites. During a short stay, we will try a number of restaurants but one that entices us to go back a second time is tops on our lists. By the way, I’m sure I will post more on the restaurants we tried during this trip as we were pleasantly surprised at the quality of dining in London.
2017 August Photos – 3rd
London metal maze. And you thought the crowds were the only thing hard to navigate in London. These entrances to buildings along a lane off Piccadilly caught my eye for the structure and London mood it represented to me.
2017 August Photos – 4th
Well, to catch up with posting this week and since I’ve been posting the most highly recognizable London sites, I thought I’d post something a bit off the beaten track. I kept it simple to highlight something that you might think should be a major attraction 😉 . I think I heard something like Big Bob or Bossy Ben, or something like that. At any rate, it caught my eye.