This is the first piece of Art I saw when I entered what is called South Bank. I had to get nearer as it looked amazing.
Not sure what this was meant to be but children were looking at it, playing on it, in it and trying to climb it. We had a wonderful 'Eastern Mediterranean' meal at "Yallah Yallah" next to it.
Just loved these over sized pieces of furniture made from grass .
Um... interesting sculpture... green colanders!
How rules and regulations can make you smile... paint the wall bright yellow!
This is the gorgeous wild garden and veg patch that has been created on top of the Elizabth Hall on South Bank. It is really beautiful to sit and have a drink in; would be even better when there aren't so many people around!
There was a very funny and slightly scary scarecrow in the veg patch of the garden. I have given you a close up image because I thought it was so great. Wonder who they modelled it on?
Tony having a few, quiet moments with his iPhone!
The international food festival was full of people, wonderful smells and noise!
These boats were made by children who had been spending time in The Haywood Gallery. They told me all about it. Clearly, they had had a great time. Apparently the rafts were already made and then the children made the sails and decorations.