Bookbenches in London: Riverside Trail
A hint of colour hides around many corners in the London Bridge area of London lately. This is from all the amazing bookbenches created by artists for ‘Books About Town’.
If you missed my last post about the Bloomsbury Trail (featuring many of my favourites) check out this blog post with photographs of all the benches in that trail: Bookbenches for Books About Town »
The riverside trail was a tricky one. It was filled with tourists and crowds (cringe with me). So, unfortunately I was unable to capture many of the benches on this trail due to the amount of people sitting on them not taking the hint that me standing in front of them with my snapshot camera meant I wanted to take a photo of the stunning bench they were sitting/lying over.
On the bright side I did manage to capture one of my favourites (free of people) – the Paddington Bear bookbench. So check out the photos below and if you’re in London hunt them out!
My next attempt of hunting bookbenches I’ve will be the city trail. I’m going to try for early in the morning on a weekend day, with the hope that I will dodge people. Wish me luck!
For more information about the Books About Town Bookbench Trails check out my previous post about the Bloomsbury Trail here or visit www.booksabouttown.org.uk.
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