Friday, February 10, 2006

London's Elephants - No 2 in the Series

You'll find this cheekie chappie in a alleyway behind the Aldwych. Doesn't he look as if he's been caught short? I've no idea at all why he is there.


As part of the information service that is the London Daily Photo, I'd like to tell you about The Blue Badge Guide Walking Weekend. On the 18th & 19th of February, you can turn up to any one of eight locations, every hour during the day, and be taken around by a Blue Badge Guide who are without doubt the best in the business - ALL FOR FREE!. If you choose walk no. 8 - "Quality Street" - you may be lucky and get my mate Stan who I am certain will entertain you.

posted by Ham at 00:02 -- Comments here: 6

Comments on "London's Elephants - No 2 in the Series"


Blogger Mathieu said ... (10:31) : 



Blogger Bob said ... (11:44) : 

Hi ham. He looks very small and a lot more practical to steal than a Henry Moore. You could lamost get him in your pocket. A raised trunk is supposed to be an auspicous sign, I think.


Blogger Ham said ... (12:52) : 

You are right Bob, I suspect he must be cast into the slab! He does look awfully lonely where he is.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (01:11) : 

Hi Ham

Just came across your page, just wanted to say what great pics and info.
Love the elephant even though he looks kind of sad all on his ownsome.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (23:26) : 

This elephant is actually a gift from a former Canadian LSE student.
There are a total of 11 statues to discover all over tha campus, although I am not sure they are all in place yet...
I have found 7 already! If you have time you should go back there and try to find them!

Hint: 3 of them are only visible between 9am and 9pm...


Blogger perle de rosée said ... (20:07) : 

The more little, the best.


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