|Church by Christopher Wren - the chap who built St Paul's cathedral and any number of other churches|
After the last meeting of the Bookclub at the Club, where the subject discussed was 'Novels based on historical characters', I meandered a little around the area. Not far from my club there is Piccadilly, and a church with a little market with stalls that mainly sell craft items and bric-a-brac.
I occasionally wander among the stalls, but this time my eye was caught by several statues looming in the distance in a little park adjacent to the market. I went to explore a little, and while the park itself is nothing special, I did enjoy the various statues by a modern artist erected there.
The photos are self explanatory, I hope!
|Bring your worries to the little green caravan|
|Emily Young sculpted these|
|I really like this - reminds me of Etruscan statues|
|And also of the statue that features in the film Midnight in the garden of good and evil|
|I always like me a compost heap|
|Someone gossiping on her mobile, I guess|
|The market stalls|