On a recent trip to England I decided to see what kind of images I could capture with just an iPhone 5. Some of the pictures have been adjusted for brightness and some have been cropped.
There s spot in the heart of London's West End is Leicester Square. It's pronounced Lester. In the center of the square is a statue of William Shakespeare. While I was there the Bard had been removed for restoration work. The whole are where the statue sits, was walled off for some other restoration. In honor of the missing man the construction barriers were covered with mirrors. Here and there they also posted signs with quotes from some of his best-known plays.
I found this scene reflected in one of those mirrors, with one of those quotes. I agree with it completely!
We'll talk again soon.
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