A quick post about last weekend before the Queen's Jubilee mega-bash takes over.
Last Sunday, when the sun still shone over London town, there was an installation in Wandsworth Park on the Thames opposite the Hurlingham, called Underscore.
It allowed you to follow the route of this weekend's pageant, but underwater, with your ears.
As you walked along a curly path under those pregnantly green trees you passed by wooden boxes with names like Kew Bridge, Embankment and Thames Gateway, on which stood monochrome clothed artists with megaphones.
They performed sounds that had been recorded at those places along the way, animalistic croaks and machine like thuds.
I enjoyed the aural walk under Thames so much I did it many times, both upstream and down, then went for an ice cream.
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