The last time we went to see the Summer Pavilion at the Serpentine Gallery, the day was a bit clouded over, but yesterday, we saw it in a different light.Amazing how cubes stacked on top of each other can be simply stunningAnd George was small enough to fit into one of the cubes. We’re allowed inside the cafe under the sculpture – though we must be on the lead. We ran along Kensington Gardens to show Little Tyke the other nearby structures – the Summer Rooms The Queen Caroline’s Temple nearby is the structure that inspired the Summer Rooms …Little Tyke is fast growing up to be a boy – he chose to throw stones at the panels before Mummy told him that it was art that he was destroying!!! This one is Mummy’s favourite of the Summer Rooms … Stopping for a photo with Little Tyke on the polished metal platform in the middle of it. At the next structure, Mummy was appreciating the shadows of the curves of “In-the-round” When Little Tyke decided to discover art in his own way. It was a beautiful Summer’s day in London (finally!) and we had a picnic in the park.
Little Tyke wanted me to fetch the stick but he really doesn’t understand that he has Hula Hoops in his hands When Mummy explained to him why I wouldn’t play fetch, he decided to put a trail of treats and see if I could follow the lead I watched him closely – so of course I could find all the Hula Hoops!I think I exasperated Little Tyke! LOL!
All in all, a lovely day spent outdoors at the park.
May’s comment: London is absolutely gorgeous when the sun is shining – and when it is not prohibitively hot like it was the last week.
So it was lovely visiting the Summer Pavilion again to catch the light from under the structure. Cubes stacked on top of each other to form an “unzipped wall” – from a straight line to a three-dimensional space