Last week, I went down to Central London hoping to visit St Paul’s cathedral’s Upper Gallery. I had not expected I would be denied entrance – something about tickets being sold out or so. Very typical of London, the city where over-crowdedness and capitalism have killed all spontaneity.
Stranded in front of the Cathedral, I decided to stay a bit and hang out there. And soon realised that tourists were hugely interesting to observe – and this is how my visit turned into an amusing photo session.
And of course, I could not finish this session without my own selfie with the cathedral!
This post is my contribution to Kama’s Monthly Travel Challenge for June. The briefing this month was to discover some place of your own region that you’ve always wanted to visit but didn’t yet. I recognize that my attempt was a failure given I did not manage to visit the cathedral’s Upper Gallery. It was a good session though!