As in all things in life – the tops are the best. Seriously, think ice cream cones, cupcakes, muffins! And if this makes absolutely no sense, the context here is I have a cold, and this is probably the medication talking. Happy Monday folks! Advertisements
I like this crane. It’s a sunny yellow and the contrast with the Gherkin’s blue reminds me of Ikea. Guys, I LOVE Ikea. Anyway. Sometimes cranes irk me. There’s this particularly unappealing cluster right by St Paul’s Cathedral at the moment. Yet, in an odd sort of way, it’s refreshing (bear with me friends). Cranes…
I had to dodge around so many people to get this shot…and I’m pretty sure more had to skirt around me. Do it for the shot? Always. On a separate note, the best thing about shiny skyscrapers and buildings is their ability to reflect all the amazing colours and landmarks this city has to offer.
I need to get a book on architecture in London. Seriously.
Taken on the Amalfi coast. I live for skies like this.
It’s strange how weird the Shard seemed when I first saw it. It altered a skyline I knew so well in such a big way. Strangely though, I can’t imagine London’s skyline without it now.
London is grim today. I think grey skies might be the reason we drink so much tea. We need that pick-me-up! On days like today (dreary is the only way to describe it), I delve into my old photos and find snaps from sunnier, warmer places. I found this photo from Maui and it makes…
London in a line.
Still London, but with fewer recogniseable landmarks. My favourite thing about this city (and this is true for most cities) is the way the landscape is always changing depending on where you stand. Even three feet in a certain direction can really switch things up sometimes. It’s amazing.