I haven’t posted much in the line of photos from the London trip so far. Here are a few.
From Brompton Oratory.
Rabbit at Racine after Mass, where I meet a nice family I met with Fr. Trigilio in the USA.
I watched a Chinese lady make dumplings for a while. Instructive.
The Union Jack is everywhere. Here is a view from about Leicester Square toward Picadilly.
I haven’t been much interesting in Jubilee events, especially because if the dreadful weather. I don’t do rain well, especially to see not much from a distance. Today, however, there will be a fly over of Spitfires, et al.
Jack Aubrey would be delighted at the memorial to Admiral Nelson.
I was testing the zoom power on my new little point and shot. Pretty good.
In one pub there was a remarkable collection of signs for taps. I have an especial appreciation for those that incorporate Latin.
A view from Covent Garden.
For all of you who remember Eliza the flower basket girl in the play, there is a plaque from the early 1900′s with fines for various unacceptable behaviors. Here is an example.
In the entry way of Corpus Christi Church on Maiden Lane, Our Lord is the recipient of some jubilee enthusiasm.