After location scouting the other day near one of the Inns of Court, I made my way back through Bloomsbury where I had not been in years. Russel Square was largely unchanged.
Two large, empty marquees in Tavistock Square, though, piqued my curiosity what with the square still being open to the public. They were prayer tents for Iftar placed in the shade of a maple tree planted by the League of Jewish Woman to commemorate peace over thirty years ago.
Gandhi would have approved.