Artist's Inspiration for Boodles: "The joyful nature of an elephant playing in water." This elephant was kindly sponsored by Movida.
Three more elephants to be found on Baker Street - here's a very pretty girl called "Chinesephant" found almost opposite Boodle. Artist : Wongpeera Winyarat and numbered 27. What exotic citrus colours!
Here's the enigmatic, pipesmoking and caped and capped number 43, Sherlock Holmes, found in Baker Street, W1.
Fabulous Elvis sideburns, don't you think?
Last one in Baker Street - Ella May (London Mayor's Association), no 76. She looks decidedly mayoral and official. Artist: Charlotte Brown and her inspiration: "This elephant was designed to reflect the grandeur and tradition of the Lord Mayors Association. Ella May is dressed in full robes and sports his own historic 'elephant' emblem on his Mayoral Chains of Office."
Pictures of the ellies with little kids crawling all over them are so sweet. Here's Bouquet - artist is Potcharat Utamang. She is currently stationed at the Paddington Street Gardens.
Here's the other elephant at the Paddingston Street Gardens, Poppy. Another one with a gorgeous little girl crawling all over her - just the way it should be.
This beautiful elephant named Poppy #235 was created by Sophie Coryndon. Artist's Inspiration: "A vibrant and eyecatching design that showcases the fantastic range of colours available from Farrow and Ball and that will compliment both a spirit of fun and the serious message behind this project." This elephant was kindly sponsored by Farrow & Ball.
Lots and lots more to be discovered - what a happy opportunity! Let's see how many more I can capture photographically ...