It was that kind of day. The kind where you lineup a dozen or so cameras and you venture forth. This time it was with the London Lomography folks who were kind enough to outfit our students with cameras and film. Their work will ultimately end up in magazine form with each student receiving their own copy.
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We walked past some palace thingy and some big clock thingy and some square with some dude on a statue. You might know some of these places. Apparently they are well known. I love the English. I love the ritual and tradition here. I love the volume of beer consumed on a daily basis. I love the idea of pub culture.(As much as someone who is gluten free and doesn’t drink can love something.) And I also love the intricacy and intimacy of the streets. I must have recorded a half dozen languages as I walked the cobbles. This place is LOADED with tourists. People seem jazzed to be here. Thank God it was sunny. I can handle cold or rainy but not cold AND rainy.