Sat, thanks to your photos I feel like I almost know London now. You've given us an interesting insight into the capital of England.
Basilica de Nuestra Señora de Los Ángeles, Cartago, Costa Rica, taken this morning.
Pilgrims come to Cartago from all over the country, many walking, to visit Costa Rica's principal church, the Basílica de Nuestra Señora de Los Ángeles, on August 2nd, the feast day of the Virgin of the Angels. The church has a statue of the Black Madonna known as La Negrita, who supposedly had great healing powers. The sick visit her statue in the hopes of a miracle from La Negrita. There is a 22k procession, some choosing to travel on their hands and knees, and many more doing the last 1,000 metres on their knees.
More information re the Black Madonna here
My miracle was getting this shot people-free, as the square in front is always a busy place.