Welcome back to another Favourite Photos piece where today we take a look at a lovely view I encountered when visiting the Tate Modern Gallery along Southbank of the Thames River in London. Admiring the view across the Thames to St Paul’s! Standing on the balcony it was amazing to just stop and admire the… Read More Favourite Photos #22 – London, England
Visitors to London will all have been to Trafalgar Square. Situated in Central London it was named in honour of the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. The Square has 4 plinths representing the corners of the square but the fourth plinth, has always remained bare. The “Hahn-Cock” Sculpture – an 800kg giant rooster! The plinth… Read More The Fourth Plinth – Trafalgar Square
This weekend in London saw the return of the annual August Bank Holiday party that is the Notting Hill Carnival. Carnival is best described as a West Indian style street party with loads of floats and dance crews who make their way along a planned precession route to cranking sound systems and the irresistible smells… Read More Notting Hill Carnival!
Transport. It’s what makes the world go round, getting us from point A to point B, and back again (hopefully)! Today I take a look around the London Transport Museum. Located in a corner of the Covent Garden Piazza, the London Transport Museum is very easy to get to, being just a 3 minute… Read More London Transport Museum
Advertised as a “unique view of London”, the Emirates Air Line is definitely a novelty way to see some of London’s East end sights whilst scaling heights of up to 90 metres. The cable car type setting allows for panoramic views through the tinted glass of the cars which definitely came in handy on this… Read More Emirates Air Line