|Light display hanging over Oxford Circus|
Further on down, there was another surprise... an enormous, noisy elephant. You could even see Catherine Garret's Elephantastic from the rear in Piccadilly. Eros and the lights in Piccadilly Circus aren't used to being upstaged by an elephant.
|Sea of plastic in Trafalgar Square fountain|
|Bristol Whales at night|
|Highlighting plastic in our oceans|
The Neon Dogs on The Strand were so popular that it took quite a while to get to the front. The brightly-lit dogs even had a few neon bones.
A longer walk took me to Westminster. It was amazing to see the familiar façade of Westminster Abbey displayed so differently. The lights picked out all the statues really well.
|Spectacularly lit Westminster Abbey|
|Shakespeare's statue in the middle of Leicester Square, London|
The cinemas in front and to his left displayed Star Wars and The Hateful Eight. I wondered what he would have thought of such modern entertainments.
|Shakespeare's view of Star Wars in Leicester Square|
My last stop was in front a brightly-lit ballgown. As one bystander commented, it was a bit see-through to actually be worn.
|Brightly lit ballgown with changing colours|