I took this photograph on Friday and it shows my son and his friends as we all made our way to the exhibition we were visiting in Leeds (I will write it up in News From Nowhere tomorrow). As we walked from the station to the Art Gallery we went through Bond Court and I couldn't help stopping off and re-visiting some old friends. The sculpture is called Viola and it overlooks the boules pitch in the centre of Leeds. The bronze plaque you can just see at the bottom right of the picture tells the story of the piece. I didn't need to read it as I know the words well. Indeed I have the original plaster cast of the plaque resting against my bookshelf a few feet away from me. The sculpture was one of the commissions my brother Roger undertook whilst he was living in this country. Although he is now thousands of miles away it brings him a bit closer to revisit one of his sculptures.