Morning light, early autumn. Before becoming part of King's College London, this building was known as Aldwych Chambers; this floor was occupied at one time by the stamp merchant Bridger & Kay - the fixing-points for the letters of their name can be seen along the architrave at the top of the photo. It's a good balcony for watching processions and demos from.
This image is evocative of an Alfred Hitchcock tension laden film frame, with the predatory pigeons lurking above in the tree branches above the people on the ground. Read more »