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Friday, 28 June 2013

Japanese Garden

London has so many wonderful galleries tucked away in every corner of the city.  In the heart of Bloomsbury is one of my favourites, the Brunei Gallery which is on the campus of the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS).  My last visit was to see Colours of Change - Sri Lanka the work of photographer Stephen Champion who has lived and worked in Sri Lanka for 28 years.

The gallery is a wonderful space worthy of a visit in its own,  especially the tranquil Japanese rooftop garden.

12 comments:

jabblog said...

There is a growing tendency to use all spaces for garden creation. It's a wonderful way to bring life and interest to brick and stone.

gregory urbano said...

i was looking for that little rake in the middle!

John said...

If you didn't see it, check out the street photography of Vivien Maier, it was on BBC 1 Monday this week, 10:35pm - can still get it on iPlayer. A must see.

Ercotravels said...

it's right that Garden has so much space and galley. because it is good for future and readily available space. garden looking peace and calmness.

photographic-sketchbook said...

Hi Mo, hope you're having a good trip and are getting lots of inspiration and good wipes.

Sharon said...

It looks like a peaceful and quiet spot in the midst of the city.

Babzy said...

yes very nice place :)

RedPat said...

I've just bookmarked this place!

LONDONLULU said...

These secret open spaces make such a difference in a big metropolis. I've never peeked into SOAS.

Karine said...

I love Japanese Gardens, we have one at the Botanical Gardens here in Montreal and it is always so peaceful there!

Hilda said...

That guy has the right idea.

**Perler på snor** Dorthe said...

Have put a label so I can find your post again
when I come to London again.
THANK YOU for all your good advice!

Greetings from Denmark,
Dorthe.

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