Quickbits – London

Apologies if I haven’t been able to put out a full blog this week. I haven’t been able to write much lately due to work, and so my “stock” of articles ready to publish has ran out.

That, and the fact that I’m currently in London (in a surprise trip), meant that I couldn’t find time to write at all the past week. So, let me just regale you instead, with photos of London that I’ve taken with my phone camera.

I hope you enjoy.

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One of London’s landmarks, the Millenium Bridge.

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Early morning by the River Thames

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St. Paul Cathedral, basking in the morning sun.

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A statue close to St. Paul.

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A closer look at St. Paul.

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London’s iconic phone booths

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The street outside the hotel.

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The surroundings near the office.

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Bicycles are quite popular in the city.

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Red post boxes

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Liverpool Street Station

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The London Underground, more fondly known as the tube.

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Daytime in the city.

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Reflections

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The Underground’s roundel, marking the entrance to subway stations.

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Motorbikes and taxi cabs.

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And who wouldn’t recognize this brand?

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A quick lunch, near the office.

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Easter Egg?

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Another one of the city’s many icons, a London cabbie.

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Street sculpture

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Like any old and historic city, the streets are tight.

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Another icon, the Gherkin.

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Bicycles for rent.

For the rest of my London trip, click here.

* All photos taken Feb 2012, with a Samsung smartphone.

2 responses to “Quickbits – London

  1. It seems its not wintry in London. Good for you.🙂

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