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remembrance art trail

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Michael and Steve had visited on Wednesday, so we wanted to see the trail too

Very few gps points due to the height of the buildings

Map above supplied to visitors

Golden Fleece Court E1

Reflection of the Walkie-talkie

Coming to tackle Dirty Martini

Fortuna by Helaine Blumenfeld OBE

The work in patinated bronze is inspired by the eponymous Roman goddess of destiny and evokes the fullness and complexity of the human condition.

Love the floor



Fallen Soldier


Twentieth Century Thames

Mark Humphrey’s newest work, Nick Beighton Part 1 and 2 is shown in the Lobby of One Canada Square, and consists of a pair of works exploring life’s trauma and triumphs, inspired by Nick Beighton, British para-canoeist and former British Army Officer. Nick’s story of finding a glimmer of hope in the devastation of war to become an athlete and compete in the Paralympics inspired Mark Humphrey to create this series to show the incredible strength that former serving personnel deploy in order to overcome trauma and loss.

To the loo

Colour East

We had a good lunch at Nicholson's 'Henry Addington'

Army, Navy & Air Force using parts of military transport vehicles for poppy abstractions

Unity of Opposites: Vortex

Up to the Roof Garden

Brothers in Arms


Shepherd of the Sun by Michael Lyons

Arbutus unedo

Strawberry tree

Metasequoia glyptostryboides

Lost Armies - The dead lying in the leaves from the young redwoods

Before the battle

Lost Armies

We had enjoyed a beautiful day and arrived home just ahead of the rain