The scene: sundown on a calm Sunday evening with clear-ish skies.
Features among the cast of characters:
(Yes, that is London Eye in the background. Yes, that is wicked cool.)
(Yes, that is St Paul’s in the background. I know, I know – I’ll give it a rest.)
And the finale –
Go to Vimeo.
This will become a new tradition for The Huddlestons. Let us know if you fancy joining us next year!
No one told me that London celebrates Thanksgiving. Ok, so they call it ‘feast on the bridge’… Whatev.
Apparently the end of summer is marked by the Thames Festival, a two day outdoor arts event put on by the Thames Festival Trust.
The Southwark Bridge was lit up like a garden reception.
It’s the biggest end-of-summer-harvest party I have ever seen.
There were unique stalls and installations – some educational, others just fun.
Yeah, I could use this kind of thing at home.
To work off dinner.
(Must. Replicate.) Brown Rice, sweet potato and pineapple curry, kale?, blackened tofu. MMMMmmm.
I did have a gingerbread man from Konditor and Cook.
You should have been here for this.
Festivities stretched along the southbank from Westminster to Tower Bridge.
You would look good in this picture. See you September 2011?
Sunday = Carnival+fireworks. For the win. Full report coming soon, same Bat time – same Bat channel.