There’s no better way to celebrate finishing the first draft of a new book than by marching in Pride, in sunshine and in rain, through the centre of London in bright turquoise (or teal, depending on taste).
As last year I marched with Families Together London, and took my camera along. Here are some photos from the day.
You may remember last year I marched with Families Together London for Pride. Last Saturday we did it all again, except with better weather and, I think, bigger crowds.
I thought I’d share some of the photos I took. I’d also love to find any photos or video of me or the Families Together London group taken by others. If you see any (or took some!) please let me know in the comments, on Twitter, on Facebook, on Google+, by telegram, or by street mime.
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Your correspondent, almost smiling.
Didn’t have a thing to wear.
Didn’t see anyone with Google Glass though.
No sign of Wario.
Ready to march.
Spectators on Baker Street.
Oxford Street: heaving.
The group I was marching with.
Spectators collecting stickers.
Regent Street: full to bursting.
Amazing scenes. And balloons.
Eros at Piccadilly Circus.
That’s Peter Tatchell in the purple tie.
Nelson watches over the last few hundred yards of the parade.