I had meant to go to Westminster Abbey today, but on my way there, I passed by Burwood Place, which is a very Arabian area. I couldn't help getting off the bus earlier than planned for a closer look.
There are Arabian translations on all bulletin boards. If you are not told this is London, you will have the impression of being in a city in the Middle East.
There has been a sudden drop in temperatures these two days. I guess the coldest moment is about to come. Fortunately I found a really good spot in the cafe of Waitrose so that I wouldn't be frozen to death drawing out in the open air.
I don't like the overbearing buildings, so I replaced them with some white clouds. How clean it looks in this way!
After I colored part of the image, it looks like a certain suburban area in the States.
These characters are so idiosyncratic...
This is obviously a shop run by Chinese, selling antiques, artworks, and Chinese herbal medicine.
Still, you can see the Arabian translation. This is exactly what Derek said, different cultures are mixed together in every part of the city.
The bus ride took only half an hour, but it was as if I had taken a trip to the Middle East.
On my way home I was greeted by the all-red sun in Hyde Park!