Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Bankside - submerged London

The tide is lowering in the Thames, a new perspective of London is hidden under the calm waters of the river.

Wandering around the Bankside we find forgotten treasures among the stones:
submerged cities and green fields covering wood letters.

By the Thames we find the Shakespeare's Globe, a theatre devoted to the Stratford-upon-Avon's playwright.

From the quiet shore of the Thames we move to the silent Cast Courts at the V&A museum. Holding one of the most comprehensive collections of casts of post-classical European sculpture since 1873, a walk in those gigantic rooms is an indescribable experience. The greatness of art in such abundance is a true pleasure to be lived.

Photography by When Audrey Met Darcy

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