I was going through some of my thumb drives that i have collecting in a shoebox and found more of my London street shots. I actually have no memories attached to these captures, i think i just lifted up my camera and shot something while i was looking around elsewhere in awe.
Millenium Bridge, London England
(St Paul’s Cathedral in the background)
I went to Tate Modern today with Ray. It’s the only museum in London i haven’t been to so i wanted to check this off before i leave to the states tomorrow afternoon. I kept calling Millenium Bridge the “Harry Potter” bridge since it was in the Deathly Hallows, but Ray refused to acknowledge my request. We went to Winter Wonderland afterwards so i can get me a german sausage (thats what she said) and to look abouts another hat. Ray convinced me to get donuts there, which was the best thing he ever made me do. I’m not going to say how many he ate *coughSEVENcough* but they were the most delicious things in the world. Afterwards we walked up and down Picadilly Circus looking at all the shops. It was a really good evening. I’ve spent more than a month in London and i’m sure i’ve only scratched the surface to everything there is to get into. But i’ve done a whole lot. So tonight just going to a museum and being around good company was the perfect way to end my last evening in England. Surely my adventure doesn’t end here.
Tonight I went out with my flatemate and a bunch of his mates. I really enjoyed myself, we stopped at Byron and I had probably the most amazing cheeseburger and oreo milkshake. We stopped by the pub and on our way home we walked around Piccadilly Circus. I love taking pictures around the crowded streets, I don’t know, I like the character it puts in my pictures. Just real life. Real life scenarios. Because when I look back on all the photographs I’ve taken I want to remember what it felt like being there. These do it for me.
The River Thames, London England.
I’m lucky enough to have been living riverside to the Thames. It’s an absolutely beautiful walk going all the way down to the London Eye and to Big Ben. If you walk further you’ll be down by the famous Tower Bridge. It takes about an hour from where i’m at to get down to the bridge walking wise. But it’s a great walk. Especially if you’re going by yourself and enjoy people watching. You can take a break and sit along the benches that look across the other side of the river which architecture wise, is gorgeous. There’s little cafe and eatery shops in between in case you get hungry or need a jolt of tea in your system. Everything you could possibly need is right there on the sidewalk going all the way down. I’ll miss this the most. Just walking along the riverside.
Trafalger Square Christmas Tree. London, England.