Here we have a group of River Nymphs, playfully dancing in a circular formation on the surface of the River Thames, close by Waterloo Bridge, opposite the British Film Institute on the Southbank.
I was with a medium friend of mine at the time, Jane, who kept on pointing to the spectacular display taking place right in front of us, but at first the camera couldn't pick them up. In the meantime I was capturing lots of other River folk frollocking all over the Thames, including a giant Merman leaping out of the Thames like a large salmon, but nothing of our gayly dancing friends.
Finally after ten minutes of trying, the camera eventually captured the tall and graceful River Nymphs performing their joyous circular dance, and what a sight it was to behold.
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