The Tate is located just next to the Shakespeare Globe. Street performers crowd the waterfront entrance to entertain guests as they enjoy the view of the Thames and the city. The views inside rivaled anything we would see on the outside. Art dates back from 1900 to present, including exhibits for arts and society, materials and objects, performer and participant, and media networks. In this case, pictures speak louder than words, so I'll leave you to my favorite views in this mostly pictorial post.
|Outside of the Tate Modern|
|Long exposure while moving camera of "Babel"|
|From the tenth floor observation deck|
|The Worker's Maypole, An Offering for May Day 1894|
|The Music from the Balconies|
|Twenty Questions (A Sampler)|
After the Tate, we headed home to decide on dinner. We walked around Notting Hill and ended up at a burger joint that was delish. As we left for the walk home, the streets glistened from the light rain that had just passed. As we turned to follow the street, we looked up and much to our surprise, were greeted with this omen of things to come...