My mother and I headed up Oxford Street for a bit of shopping, stopping everywhere that caught our fancy, weaving our way through the throngs of Londoners and tourists that had taken to the streets on the sunny Saturday morning.
I must admit that when the #FriFotos theme was announced this week I was a little baffled. I don’t think of myself as a particularly stylish person, nor am I in the habit of seeking out “style” on my travels. Maybe architectural styles? Not really my area of expertise. So what on earth can I …
Today I would like to introduce you to the first and second most photographed clocks in the UK! Oh the things that someone feels compelled to quantify. I’m not sure how one determines such things but I’ll go along with it for now, it seems harmless enough.
Yes, you read that right. Today’s #frifotos theme is balls. This photograph was taken between St. Paul’s Cathedral (only weeks prior to its occupation) and the Millennium Bridge in London. As soon as I saw this giant mirror balls I had to take a photograph.
There are secret gardens at Westminster Abbey. Here you will find an oasis of calm where you can sit in peace and forget that you are in the centre of one of the world’s busiest cities.