Above; a pansy planted at the base of a tree on the South Bank in the bottom left hand corner of image, as shown below.
I have just returned from London where I hosted a session at Transition Gallery; I gave out pansies and was able to chat to visitors about the project, so a huge thank you to all those that visited, I will post more images soon. The pansy above was planted by the Hungerford Bridge on the Southbank in memory of David Morley who was beaten to death by youths. According to police reports the attack was not motivated by homophobia, however David Morley survived the Admiral Duncan bombing and his death had a profound effect on the gay community so I was driven to plant a pansy at the location of his untimely death.

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