I tried to put together a more complicated posting about, well, wait and see. But it is taking too long, so here is something simpler.
A favourite blogger of mine is Mick Hartley, who oscillates between the insanities of the anti-semites and the Islamists (heavy overlap there) and photos. Photos by himself, and by others.
Here is a photo I recently took, which is the sort of photo Mick Hartley would take, if he ever went West:
That’s the Victoria and Albert Museum, unless I am mistaken (as I might well be), photoed by me from the big old road that goes from the Albert Hall (and more to the point from the Royal College of Music, where GodDaughter 2 had been performing) down to South Kensington Tube. This I know, because of a photo I took of a street map, moments after taking my Hartleyesque photo above:
That being the relevant detail. I never regret map photos.
By the look of it, the V&A is a building I should explore. Especially its upper reaches. Maybe there are views.