Well the admirals have all left and once again a historic London landmark is being converted/upcycled to the requirements of wealth:
On completion, Admiralty Arch will be open to the public for the first time, housing a 100-room Waldorf Astoria hotel, several restaurants, a state-of-the-art spa, a private members’ club and one to four private residences (depending on the buyer).elite traveler
Adjacent to St James’ park, and with Royalty at the other end of the Mall, Admiralty Arch was unlikely to be turned into affordable housing for common-or-garden Londoners!
Still, whilst construction is ongoing, the puddled pavements made for an interesting photo. And I’ll be popping by this week to catch up with progress.
Links: History of Admiralty Arch
7 thoughts on “All at sea”
Now wasn’t that puddle brilliantly formed?!!!!!
What a shot, Laura! xo
just back so belated thanks Marina for being a puddle appreciator – am always on the look out for puddles which is just as well since this Spring has been a wet one
Puddles are windows of wonder. You can always expect magic to happen in them! 😉
A brilliant photo
thank you Donna – it caught my eye
Your lens spoke volumes. I second all your emotions. 🙏
many thanks and for being in tune too
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