Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Four Years Ago Today #London2012

Adam writes…


Four years ago today London's third Olympic Games opened. Having had a quick rake through the archive, here are a few snaps from The Daily Constitutional first posted four years ago…


Bugger. I tried to capture the Red Arrows flypast but they move at a hell of a lick!




'mon Andy! This item of headgear appeared on the statue of Scottish poet Robert Burns the day after Andy Murray won gold in the men's singles

I grew quite fond of Wenlock and Mandeville…



The Dutch always blend in, barely noticeable…


Sone people got into the spirit of things in Soho…


… others in Soho, not so much


And then it was all over and all we had left were memories, medals and Wenlock's footprints…













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