Trafalgar Square, downtown London, full of pigeons. This is the legendary place where Tony Leung would buy a ticket to feed pigeons in London when he was idle. On the square stands a statue of British Navy General Nelson. The Memorial pillar is surrounded by four lions representing the British Royal family. At the end of the square is the National Gallery of Art. On the other side, the Gothic building is St. James'Church. Actually, there are many angles to shoot, but there are too many interesting places in London. Every time I take a picture, it's rainy in London market, and the light is full of luck. I can only take a picture every time I go.