September 16, 2006 in London

London Architecture

Post placeholder image

London has amazing architecture. However, after 16+ months here, it has sort of faded into the background. However, with a new camera in hand (Canon IXUS 800 IS), I decided to take pictures of the walk from my office near St. Paul’s Cathederal up to the Gherkin Building and then back along to Thames River to the London Eye just past Waterloo Station. I view these pictures as proof as to why London is definitely one of the best places to live in the world. I mean, very few cities have such a wonderful blend of old and new architecture.

One Comment

  1. October 3, 2006 at 6:12 pm

    bernardo bruno

    Dear Ursula
    i was in londonfew years ago for long time .
    At that time shots many pictures around Isle of Dogs and some around city centre.
    At moment I have my own studio in Italy.
    If you like visiting my blog let my know what do you think
    Bernardo Bruno

Comments are closed.

By browsing this website, you agree to our privacy policy.
I Agree