it doesn't mean much if you can't see it

In 1991 I photographed this magnificent sculpture exhibited outside the Royal College of Art in Kensington Gore.

Perhaps it brought pleasure to some of the thousands who saw it from buses passing by (there was a particularly striking view from the top of a double-decker), or came across it whilst visiting the Albert Hall a few yards away, or saw it whilst walking in Kensington Gardens just across the road.

About 300,000 more nationwide would have seen a photograph of this work in their daily newspaper (one of the 'quality' broadsheets, rather than the tabloids which daily carry photographs of bare-breasted teenage girls).