Icons of London, old and new..

Tuesday 16 February 2016

Here are my favourite icons in London, both old and new..

The London Eye.

Me oh My.. the Eye!

Bigger than Life, Ben.

Walking to work against such a magnificent backdrop. These people look so immune to the beauty of their surroundings. I was once like that!

My pal, Churchill.

Sandwich and me, and Big Ben makes three.

Another shot at the Eye.

Graffiti.

Artist or Menace?

The Tate Modern - Britain's national museum of international modern art.

The Man in the Hood, reads.

View of St. Paul's Cathedral from my favourite bridge in London.

I love the near symmetry of this shot.

St Paul's Cathedral.

This post originally appeared on the Cumi & Ciki Food and Travel Blog.
Images via : Cumi & Ciki

 

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