Michael Heseltine at the launch of the RSA-sponsored City Growth Commission report which looked into ways of kickstarting growth in the large metro areas of the UK.
Great example of street art on the corner of Kingsway and Sardinia Street in Central London. It’s amazing what you see when you look up in London.
Looks quite tropical but it is in fact a suburban London garden in late September.
At the RSA to hear Frank Fukuyama, a professor at Stanford University, talk about his new book Political Order and Political Decay. Fascinating analysis, if a bit depressing as he doesn’t really have clear solutions, as he readily admits.
At the V&A to see the film my son Alex shot of his mother printmaking. It was selected from the 1000 Londoners series to be one of five films by amateur filmmakers shown at the event, which was part of the London Design Festival.
Severed heads in a barbers shop in Cromer.
Exotic collection of seaweed on the beach between Overstrand and Cromer
During the surge last December all the beach huts in Overstrand where destroyed and a lot of the debris was later deposited along the shore line as drift wood. Local artist Peter Talbot took advantage of the fallout to give the village his own unique take on the classic beech hut.