London Perspectives

I have been living in London for 3 years and a half now.

London is always changing, morphing and evolving.

Sometimes, you can see beauty through a fraction of a detail.

Sometimes, you appreciate old staples from a new perspective.

The path

Clissold Park – print on redbubble
Highgate Cemetery and Alexis

Looking through

Gillespie Park
The Shard from London Bridge Station
Through a rain tainted window in the Tate Modern
Barbican Estate, through itself

Waterfront

London Eye and Thames bank from the River bus
Saint Paul and the City from the River bus
Tower Bridge and Southbank from the River bus
near Canary Wharf – from a stuck DLR tube
Clissold Park from a bridge
the Thames at night

Assassin’s Creed

Barbican Estate, St Giles Cripplegate, St Paul’s cathedral and the City of London – print on redbubble
Barbican Estate, The Shard, the Gherkin, the City of London
Centrepoint and the London Eye
Tottenham Court Road
BT tower
North London – Snow
North London – Rainbow
North London – pink sunset
View from the Tate Modern
Shoreditch and the City

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Gal says:

    These photos are a delight!
    When you say `Sometimes, you appreciate old staples from a new perspective.`, are you talking about Alexis?

    Like

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