Back in the U.K. – Perry and the Policeman

This was taken right after the parade of the guards.  I saw an opportunity to take a totally unique photo and I went for it.  I kindly explained to the young officer what I was doing and he agreed to hold Perry for me for this shot.  Now if you notice, Perry has changed looks a bit since his first photo taken at the paella place.  He’s no longer Perry but secret agent, Agent P.  How did this happen?  I lost the first Perry while watching some barely clothed maniac on a unicycle juggle swords.  Perry fell out of my pocket and by the time I realized he was gone, he was gone!

I was so upset thinking the photo book was going to be about two pages long when I recalled there being a Disney store in Covent Garden.  I rushed off and asked the kid at the door did they carry these stuffies.  He pointed towards the back saying they did indeed carry them.  I almost hugged him and he did give me a “odd American” look.  But they only had Agent P’s.  No problem! I just wrote in the little guys photo book that Agent P had a mission in London and all was right with the project again – phew!!!

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19 Responses to Back in the U.K. – Perry and the Policeman

  1. Mark Myers says:

    I’m sorry, how did you not get a picture of the barely clothed maniac on a unicycle juggle swords? I could barely read past that.

  2. Ah – The officer is a good sport to pose like that. I think the London Bobbies do a good bit of PR.

  3. It’s funny.. Their police men look so much friendlier than ours over here in the states. Maybe its the uniforms??

  4. The Dose of Reality says:

    Great photo and what a good sport!! I love that I am reliving all of my London memories through your pictures (although perry wasn’t involved in mine…but he should have been!!) –Lisa

  5. Cindi says:

    Great story about the two critters … and the smile on the policeman is great too!

  6. ChgoJohn says:

    Love it. Agent P in one hand and “Police Line” tape in the other. Looks like he’s ready to face a crowd of kids and prepared if they get unruly. 🙂

  7. Lignum Draco says:

    Classic photo. He was very obliging. 🙂

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