London is loaded with yellows. Don't know why I never noticed before? Here yellow daffs in the ladies loo. *Note the French Metro tiles on the walls.
Bunches of daffs in a decorating shop..
The Queen's Jubilee is evident everywhere in London. Here yellow flamingos for the occasion. Who knew?
Yellow signage is de rigeur in London.
I do hope visitors to the summer Olympics look both ways and WAIT before crossing into oncoming traffic.
Egg yolk yellow truck...
How did I not notice yellow is Selfridge's signature color? Carrying their bright bags is a sure way to warn traffic you intend to cross and hope to make it to the other side alive, ahem.
London maps on streetcorners love yellow. They have great design and are very legible. New York could use these. New York could use basic street signs. Too many are missing unfortunately.
I spotted yellow shoes in a New Bond Street gallery window. The gallerist was taking a quick puff out front.
I asked him,"Who's the artist?"
"Dr. Brainwash," he answered.
March Jacob loves yellow for Spring. I could get drawn and quartered for shooting inside Selfridges...
Yellow frocks in a window I don't know where. Wish I knew where the word 'frock' came from...
Yellow fishnet knee socks in Zara's window. An absolute essential for this Spring 2012 no doubt...
Loads of yellow in the London Underground wherever you look. Boy am I glad I did 2 weeks+ of hourly stairs in NY. There are stairs here about every 10-15 minutes to climb.
For Mom's day (this Sunday in the UK) pale yellow cupcakes from Fiona Cairns.
Perfect yellow bird cookies on a stick at Peggy Porschen's Parlour, where I had the most sumptuous afternoon tea to end all teas yesterday. I am never eating again.
Right off the Eurostar, Bear spotted chocolate 'bath ducks' wearing yellow crowns. His and her royal duckinesses. Are you convinced that London is a mostly yellow town? Do you want more proof?