Category Archives: London

The Walkie Talkie Building

One of the buildings that my dad wanted to see when he was here in London last week was the ‘Walkie Talkie’ building, because of its unusual shape This building has a major design flaw however, and it’s not that … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge; Converge

Once again I feel like the daily Post has been following me around as I take photos!  I took these pictures while I was walking around London with my Dad last week.  The water running down the middle of the … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge; Angular

Once again I feel like the daily Post has been following me around as I take photos!  I took these yesterday!!

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Another Blue Monday: A Blue Chicken

Here is another of my collection of blue photos for Sally’s Blue Monday challenge This one I found on the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square, originally intended for a statue of William the 4th on a horse, but remained bare … Continue reading

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Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red

  Marking 100 years since the first day of Britain’s involvement in the First World War, the major art installation ‘Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red‘ is at the Tower of London. Created by ceramic artist Paul Cummins, with … Continue reading

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My Photo won me some tickets on the London Eye!

I entered the Totally Thames Photo Competition with this photo & I won one of the runner-up prizes 🙂 I liked this one for the reflections on the water.  I’m very Chuffed! Here is the link to the website:  Totally … Continue reading

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The Monument in Weybridge

Weybridge has its very own monument! This monument has a very interesting history.  It was originally erected in Seven Dials in central London near Covent Garden.  In the 18th Century, the Seven Dials Area became the haunt of cut-throats, thieves … Continue reading

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