Monday, 14 April 2014

Magic Moments - My day off to London.

There's something impressive about seeing several men seemingly floating in mid air whilst we wandered through Covent Garden. It brought back that a sense of mystery, magic and awe that you can be surrounded with as a child. I was definitely fascinated. (even if they are slightly odd....)





 It was the perfect day out with Nan, my siblings and the BF. We explored Covent Garden, popped into the Barbican for an exhibition. meandered down Regent Street and was thoroughly fascinated at Ripley's: Believe it, or not! at Piccadilly Circus.

Edgar Allan Poe drawn by holding a
canvas over a candle.

Me & the BF on the world's largest Rockingchair.
It was massive!

Whitney Houston made out of cassette tapes.


It was the most amazing day, and though I was exhausted by the end of it, it was a day I will remember for a very long time.


6 comments:

  1. I've no idea how those statues do that but I have seen them and it is a real skill and a joy to admire #MagicMoments

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  2. I've never seen the statues doing that. Pretty amazing. I do love a day trip to London, so many special moments each time. #magicmoments

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  3. Even though I live in London, I sometimes forget what a great city it is. I'm glad you had a great day. The Barbican always has great exhibitions. #magicmoments

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  4. How do they float like that! Tell me! I will not be able to sleep until I know =P #MagicMoments

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  5. honey what a super day! although the freaky guys floating would totally freak me out in person! lol

    thanks for linking up with #MagicMoments x

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  6. I do know how they float but I am not telling ;) Love how the Edgar Allen Poe picture was made - very very clever (more so than the floating men!)

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