Sunday, 26 October 2014

A Bit of the other

Another long post, but this one will take us up to the end of September. This particular outing centred on the area of Temple in the west of the city. It is the location of the Temple Church and a main legal district in the capital. I began from Blackfriars Tube station and walked along Victoria Embankment. I spotted a ship, possibly a restaurant or tour bout, that was painted in black and white and very contrasty and waited for someone interesting to walk along..

On the other side of the road I spotted some interesting shadows near a bus stop.

From here I walked onto Middle Temple Lane. Middle Temple is one of the four Inns of Court exclusively entitled to call their members to the English Bar as barristers, the others being the Inner Temple, Gray's Inn and Lincoln's Inn. This image was taken at the top of the lane.

Back from the bottom going up, the first street off of here is Crown Office Row.

Next is Fountain Court, and you can just about make out the fountain in the picture.

Next up is Pump Court and the first of my Bleeding London pictures to feature a dog!

And now for  Brick Court.

The following image is of Inner Temple Court and taken right next to the Church.

The next two images are both of Kings Bench Walk, though walking along them you would not really think of them as being part of the same street.

The second picture here is my favourite picture of the day.

And the last picture of the day and of September is Old Mitre Court.

So finally here is the update progress map.

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