Leaving England is always the hardest part of my journey abroad. I love it there - anglophile I am! To top off my visit, Shane escorted me back the the South Bank (yehp! again, I went south of the Thames) as we wandered across the Books About Town Bookbench walk. Saturday in London is MENTAL.
We got some overpriced Philly subs (made my Americans no less!) and took a barefoot stroll in the sprinkler run-off river that runs through 2 More London Place - easily the most comforting and enjoyable moment of the massive walk we undertook.
Here are a few of the benches you can find on the Books about Town walk, Riverside Trail. You can find out more about the Books about Town art installation here
Read it All Over Again(C) Rachel St. Photography
I think I love this bench the most, because Paddington Bear was there enjoying a respite and watching the Thames go by.
Meet Paddington Bear(C) Rachel St. Photography
I love capturing people in their most emotionally vulnerable moments. They had no idea I was watching!
Lover's Trist(C) Rachel St. Photography Row, Row, Row Your Boat(C) Rachel St. Photography
We were both exhausted by the end of the day. One day, when I leave England, it will be to visit the United States instead of going home to the United States.
Good night, my darlings - I love and miss you.
Harlow Sunset(C) Rachel St. Photography
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