"The glassblowing place" always has yummy things to look at - this time among them was this "Dragon Boy" by David Reekie -
White Cube, the cause celebre was Marc Quinn, with painted, taped, and printed canvases mounted on aluminium sheets and then crumpled and tossed about (but look at the reflections in the smoooooth cement floor) -
Bankside Gallery, which has a biographical exhibition about Agatha Christie (till 6 Sept) ... including her typewriter ... on the way to tea on the Dazzle Ship, where a stiff breeze kept almost all the wasps away -
Fleet Street to find a No.4 bus, came across a good display of the history of that famous centre of printing and publishing -
here that there are no plans to sell or give them away...