It's a wonderful city and there's a timeless quality to these photos... What? 2008? ;-)
both highly recognizable pieces of architecture (taken from a slightly different angle!)
someday i shall venture over! beautiful photos!
Mr L did a fab job with his phone Lulu, both excellent shots.
Boy, I nearly fell out of my chair when I saw the thumbnail...thinking...'No, they can't have a Tower Bridge in Princeton!'....ha ha! The long distance shot of Houses of Parliament look like they are taken from a cruise liner, some how. Must be the railing. Both beautiful shots. Thumbs up from me for Mr. Lulu!!
WoW! Mr. L takes splendid photos with an iPhone! I'm impressed!
cieldequimper - it's a great city:) I may need to nudge Mr. L into more frequent co-contributions, despite the 2008 camera phone;-) hamilton - London landmarks are so recognizable aren't they? No need for captions:)Tanya - thanks! Yes, you must venture one day!PerthDailyPhoto -thanks! He'll be chuffed to know his iPhone shots passed muster:)LOLfromPasa - haha, hope the detour was OK! (Well, sometimes I miss it a bit:) I mentioned on your blog, but love the cruise ship remark - it's the Hungerford foot bridge railing, and now you mention it, it really looks like a ship's railing!EG - thanks! He'll be chuffed to know his iPhone shots were up to scratch:)
I want to go there one day. That second shot is marvelous!
How great that this was once your haunt! Good for Mr. L. And his iPhone! Beautiful.
I like the first photo of the bridge It's taken from an angle that most people don't get to see.
A place I must see for myself someday. I've set elements of my book in and around London.
Gosh, these photos are great. I have a new iPhone 5 and my iPhone pictures are pretty so-so.
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