Photo Blog – the Olympic Park – Part Two

An outstanding feature of London’s Olympic Park is that it’s situated in and around a  network of canalised and semi-canalised waterways.  That said, the landscaping that’s been done is good without being outstanding, with the central spine of the park being somewhat flat and featureless. The bandstand is a good idea and is nicely situated. A pity, then, that the live music we heard on Monday was pretty uninspiring. It’s a good idea to showcase some of the emerging musical talent in Britain, but there are surely a lot of up and coming individuals and bands with more talent and more soul than the ones we listened to. It might be interesting to get hold of a list of the performers that are booked to play there over the course of these Games. Hopefully there are some school and youth bands due to appear.

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All photographs (c) 3Di Associates

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About 3D Eye

Gary Foskett and Clare Blackhall are educationalists, writers and consultants. We work with schools and other organisations who share our vision of how schools, businesses, etc should work in the 21st Century. We also run courses and contribute to conferences - speaking about our three dimensional model of intelligences and how schools, colleges and universities can develop the full potential of all their staff and students. We also offer consultancy for businesses and public sector organisations to support staff training and organisational change and development. For more detailed information read our blog at https://3diassociates.wordpress.com/ or see our website at www.3diassociates.com.
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One Response to Photo Blog – the Olympic Park – Part Two

  1. Wow! I love all these photos. I wish I was in London, but at least visiting your wonderful blog helps me feel that much closer. Thank you! Gina

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