WEATHER: SET OF ALL THE PHENONEMA OCCURRING IN A GIVEN ATMOSPHERE AT A GIVEN TIME. E.G., YESTERDAY
sunny day. try to meet at london bridge tube at 13pm but get lost (as usual).
sunny day. kiss. get kissed. same about hugs. head together to borough market (but no market on sundays).
cloudy day. find a place to have lunch and get late to the concert. give up lunch. have a snack though.
sunny day trough the giant windows. get lost inside the royal festival hall.
amazing place. get excited to listen to the philharmonia orchestra. (finally) take your seats at the box 42.
amazing place. listen the sound of the river. not the actual river: smetana, vltava from symphonic cycle, má vlast. then beethoven, piano concerto n.4 in g, op. 58.
sunny day. have a break - but call it properly: interval - at the hall's balcony. hands and bodies together.
amazing place. dvorak, symphony n. 8 in g, op. 88.
sunny and cloudy day. take a walk. take a piss (not the literal one). laugh.
windy night. stay by the river. have dinner at le pain quotidien. have a bottle of red wine. and a beautiful dessert.
windy night. cross the river. take the tube home. choose the pub exit. one more drink each.
pics 1 and 2: the royal festival hall (that was opened on 3 may 1951 for the festival of britain) nowadays.
pic 3: the hall and shot tower from hungeford bridge. the tower was built in 1826 and incorporated into the development of the bank in 1951. it was demolished shortly afterwards.
pic 4: carpet designed for the royal festival hall by peter moro and leslie martin in 1951. the pattern known more commonly as the 'net & ball' design is an abstract version of the square wave seen with the aid of a oscilloscope - the visual representation of sound. peter moro related how when he had drawn the 'net', leslie martin, the chief architect, placed the 'ball' that completed it, inspired by an apple he had on his desk at the time.