Well off to London for a concert. I suggested we wander to Regent's park, I had realised JUST how close it was to Wigmore Hall. I'm constantly amazed at how close places are in central London.
Unfortunately the weather was very dull, grey and there was drizzle so please make some allowance for the photos.
Mr Holmes of Baker Street
If you forced me to live in London I could live here!
A colleague of mine was saying how hard Heron's are to photograph.....
a few collection birds.
And now some pictures of that tricky Heron
Oh a juvenile Heron
A heron in a tree...
The two highlights bird wise were a Green Woody and Blackcaps (various singing!)
So after a various nice croissant in Pret we went to a small square just south of Oxford Street.
Spot the odd one out....
The concert was by the vocal ensemble Stile Antico performing a programme of 16th & 17th
Hosanna to the son of David
O Sacrum convivium
I give you a new commandment
Jesu, mercy, how may this be?
O vos omnes
Dum transisset sabbatum
In resurrectione tua
I am the resurrection
Surrexit pastor bonus
Gloria in excelsis Deo
The encore was Thomas Campion's Never weather-beaten sail.
A very fine concert.....