Exiting through the gift shop is always a pleasure for me, a well curated shop can complement an exhibition or museum. Recently I have noticed that no self-respecting buyer would consider not stocking a rubber duck. Not your ordinary yellow kind of a duck, but special wittily customised ducks or Cultural Ducks as I like to call them.
These Statue of Liberty Ducks can be found in the shop after the American Dream: Pop to Present at the British Museum. They nestle next to a rather fine selection of American novels and some stars and stripes shoe laces.
The National Army Museum has not one but two ducks on offer. For bathers on manoeuvres there is a camouflaged duck.
Or for more formal ablutions maybe a duck in the dress uniform of a guardsman is more appropriate.
Finally, looking for the perfect present for the retiring MP in your life, then look no further than the shop at the Palace of Westminster. What could make for a finer souvenir than a Big Ben duck?
Have you seen any Cultural Ducks in your travels?
This post is linked up My Sunday Photo over at Darren Coleshill’s Photalife, why not pop over and see what else has been causing people to click their shutter buttons.