Back from London. Though I have several talents, cleaning a daughter's flat is not one of them. I would have only got in the way. Besides, it was my birthday so I left Shirley and Frances sorting the flat out and caught a bus to London Bridge. Like Steve, the mastermind behind "Shadows and Light", I was off to see the Georgia O'Keeffe exhibition at Tate Modern on the south bank of the Thames.
It was great - showing O'Keeffe's development as an artist through the twentieth century - her passions and her quest for beauty - seeking what she sometimes called "The Far Away". Maybe we are all looking for that. The one downside of this brilliant exhibition was the number of visitors. They kept getting in my way. But that's London for you. Crazy place.
Maybe I'll return to Georgia O'Keeffe another time but for now here are three pictures I snapped on Saturday afternoon, down by The Thames...
Bubbles with "The Walkie Talkie" building beyond
Under the arches at Borough Market