Large marble head in the churchyard beside the neo-greek church, its classical nature fitting well. it is of the protective archangel michael, by emily young, and is in memory of those who died in the bombing of 2005 ipernity.com
Feel was first photographed in April and the intention was always to return and retake with a slow exposure to capture person movement. A third visit will be necessary: this time I made the mistake of arriving at peak lunch and the ideal location is a particular seat in the café, the occupant of which remained stubbornly in place. Try again at 10:30 after the morning rush.
The first image worked reasonably in terms of movement but the sculpture needs a clear background and the composition needs GT.
We're still missing a quote on this one.
Quote from London Remembers,
This statue is in the open space in front of Euston Station. Originally installed in about 1870 in the Great Hall of the Victorian Euston Station, it was moved to Euston Square, probably when that was demolished. And then, when the station was rebuilt in 1968 it was moved to this forecourt. citation