The other day I was traveling between offices in the afternoon and had what increasingly becomes a very rare occasion of finding myself in the City of London. With my handy little camera, I took a few pictures. It was a bit late in the day and the lighting conditions were deteriorating, but here are a few shots.
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First, a few perspectives through the office windows.
View towards St Paul’s Cathedral and what I assume is St Mary Le Bow Church.
View towards the London Eye and, unfortunately, against the sun.
View towards the TV tower. Nothing of note here, except that I liked the composition of what I assume are the folded sun umbrellas, the spires of the church that I cannot name, and the tower in the distance.
On my walk towards the train station, I passed a fairly popular picture spot, with the dome of the St Paul’s opening up at the end of a narrow pedestrian street.
And here is the cathedral in all of its glory.
Finally, two opposing views alongside Cannon Street where it intersects Queen Victoria Street.
Love the pics! Thanks!
Very nice, Ilya, especially that view of the entire cathedral. These bring back some pleasant memories…
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