I love it.
Went to Greenwich yesterday and, in contrast to Saturday, it was the most beautiful late autumn day.
We drove round the south circular and found somewhere to park a lot easier than we did on Saturday in Winchester.
The architecture of the Maritime Museum, the Queen’s House, the Royal Observatory and the surrounding areas are absolutely amazing and we packed so much in to yesterday, it is going to take a couple of posts to get through it all :)
We met some amazing people, got caught up in some filming for a film that will be out next spring, wandered round the market and the back streets.
We saw two photographic exhibitions. Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2012 at the Royal Observatory was amazing. Take a look at the images here. This was the one we had planned to go and see.
But, there was also an Ansel Adams exhibition at the Maritime Museum, which I didn’t know was on and which was absolutely stunning. Check it out here. That was an added bonus.
We visited the Royal Observatory, got some cityscape shots of London, which looked beautiful yesterday in the sunshine and went to view the Cutty Sark.
It was a lovely day, perfect weather, lovely people, good company, a nice lunch and two photographic exhibitions.
And when we got home, Pud had done the housework and made dinner.
What more can you ask from a Sunday?