I seem to spend a lot of time looking up. This is the view of St. Paul's, from Ludgate Hill. St. Paul's has towered over the city for hundreds of years, and still seems to exude a quiet strength.
Detail from St. Paul's churchyard
The exterior of St. Paul's cathedral, around the back. There are so many ornate details, you have to separate them out to appreciate each one. The pigeons seem to become part of the artwork.
Pigeons on the cobblestones in front of St. Paul's.
Queen Victoria seems to watch over the comings and goings on Ludgate Hill, from her perch in front of St. Paul's Cathedral.
St. Paul's Cathedral
There are so many clocks in London.
There are 311 steps in the monument to the 1966 Great Fire of London, which destroyed much of the city.
Modern every day life goes on amid historic surroundings; a man on his phone at lunch time, outside the Royal Exchange building.
A rainy day in Camden Passage
There doesn't seem to be a straight line in London--the streets, and the buildings, have lovely sweeping curves that show off the architecture and seem to be tempting you to see what's just around the bend.
A chess game in Holland Park
So many narrow passageways, old and new
Outside the Royal Exchange and the Bank of England
Evening on the South Bank
Shadows on the wall outside the Charterhouse, on a sunny winter's day.
Under the bridge
Walking across the Milennium Bridge at Christmas time.
Snow outside St. Paul's Cathedral
The newspaper man outside Liverpool Street Station. He's there every day, with the hubub swirling around him.
Spitalfields. On a sunny day, the whole city seems to be outdoors at lunch time.
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