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Fancy sign hiding a burial? smile
Chris: He is making art on the beach Larry
An unusual view, Chris, well found.
Chris: Walking to Tate Modern with our chums we encountered this man making sand castles. Not everyone realises the Thames in London is very tidal and has beaches..
Jolie mosaïque avec le dauphin.
Chris: Nice isn't it
Well that's great!!
Chris: Right in the centre of London Elizabeth
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 5 Jun 2018, 05:25
What a fascinating silhouette of London I recently saw, too! There are always men at work in this metropole.
Chris: You could never be bored in this vast and mad place Philine. Out of chaos can come inspiration..
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 5 Jun 2018, 07:15
I'm impressed with what the sand artists create. Even I've been known to throw the occasional 5p piece into their collection pot.
Chris: You mad extravagant fool!
I confess I didn't even notice that sign!
Chris: Then you deserve to be roundly condemned for this serious omission
Prise de vue vraiment très interessante
Bonne journée Chris
Chris: Thank you Claudine. This shows a beach on the river Thames in central London
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 5 Jun 2018, 07:56
I think that man is trying to bury his left over container of Novochok Tiff.
Chris: That is always a possibility Chad
Funnily enough I walked that way a week or so ago ...
Chris: If I met you I'd have bought you a few drinks and a large meal
A nice shot, I like the idea of the mosaic that dominates the landscape
Chris: This was taken in the centre of London Claudio. He is building sand castles on a Thames-side beach
The whole of Australia features mosaic art in the towns ans especially the national war memorial. This feels absolutely Australian to me.
Chris: I did not know about that feature Mary
I had no idea you could find a sandy beach in London, Chris. Is it true that the Thames is clean enough to swim in?
Chris: The Thames is very clean compared to say in the 1950s and before Bev. Most rivers in the UK have been cleaned up in the past half century. Because the Thames is tidal at low tide small beaches are exposed
All the years I worked in London and I never knew there were little beaches like this along the Thames.
Chris: Only at low tide Brian
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 5 Jun 2018, 14:40
Is he making one of those sand dogs I wonder?
Chris: Something a bit cleverer I think Anne..
A nice bit of mosaic work.
Chris: Very pleasing I thought Tom

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