This morning, I got up illegally early to see an art installation, called Trafalgar Sun, which has been set up in London’s Trafalgar Square, commissioned by the Tropicana juice people, as part of their new ‘Brighter Mornings’ campaign, and built by UK art collective Greyworld. Apparently, it is visible from Space!
I decided to head on down, based on the previous popularity of this real life Trafalgar Sun style photo that I shot just before Christmas 2011 – plus, I am always intrigued by some of the art that goes on display in Trafalgar Square, especially that done on a grandiose scale, for all to see.
Here are a few of my pictures (I used camera effects on only the white and the blue one):
(Click any to enlarge – please credit these back to http://garidavies.me.uk if you use them anywhere! :))
A great art installation, and well worth the 05:20 wake-up call (my images were taken around 07:15). They’re there until around 19:33 this evening (three hours after sundown), and so if you’re out and about in the West End, this is well worth stopping by to see – with the equivalent light as that coming off of 60,000 light bulbs, it literally lights up the whole Square!