I’m going back in time for my first two blogs. Back in time to the ‘lockdown’ summer of 2020 when I drove around central London taking photos of big things from empty streets. If you’re reading this in 2120 and wondering why London is so deserted all I can say is, look at the history books! More images of Lockdown London in Part 2.
Buckingham Palace: The most famous royal palace in the world.
City Skyline: Looking across the River Thames from HMS Belfast to the City of London.
Guildhall: Spanning 600 years of architecture in one panoramic shot.
National Theatre: Like a great concrete ship run aground on the banks of the River Thames.
St James’s Park: People love this park but it can also be loved without people.
St Paul’s Cathedral: This area is usually brimming with office workers and tourists.
Tower Bridge and the Tower of London: Looking across a still River Thames from HMS Belfast.
Trafalgar Square, Nelson’s Column and National Gallery: The geographic centre of London.
Graham’s book (below): on Amazon OR signed copies can be ordered when booking tours
The architecture and landscapes of London are unrivalled and the perfect material to inspire any keen photographer. On this private London tour your guide knows all the best spots for the most amazing shots.
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