The Big Ben at a distance. What is London without it?
Took a shot of this footbridge just outside the National Theater and the British Film Institute at the Bank. Nearest tube: embankment
The Tube. The last time I visited London, I don't remember these glass platforms that would open before you can get on the train. Now, some stations have them. Bangkok too.
A tube station by the London Bridge. Imagine Anne Boleyn getting beheaded in this area 1,000 days after her marriage to King Henry VIII... Hmmm.
People milling around, just across the theatre showing Kander and Ebb's "Chicago." Also nearby are specialty shops, "Dress Circle" (a theater store) and "Show Biz Face" (a makeup store for show biz people).
If you are a fruit junkie, London will be heaven for you. Red and yellow plums, grapes. Kiwi and Sharon fruit (40 pence a piece), nectarines, pineapples, Cavendish bananas... but hardly any mangoes! On Portobello road every Saturday, a pound (money) will get you a plastic bag full of plums, but a piece costs 30 to 40 pence during weekdays elsewhere.
Outside the theatre showing Chicago and just a few meters from "Dress Circle" theatre shop.
London just before dawn. As seen from a "romanticized" view of London, beautiful and lonely-looking.