This 57-second video is a trailer for a series of 15 London Runs that I created for central London on my sister site Londonruns.com see
London Runs and Photo Routes – London Views for Isolation Shoes Isolation with Light This is another FREE ‘London Views for Shoes’ photographic book and contains
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The Houses of Parliament is one of the sites that most people visit but few take the time to photograph the whole building from all
This section of the Albert Embankment runs along the south side of the River Thames between Lambeth Bridge and Westminster Bridge, and gives you some
Nelson’s Column commemorates Lord Nelson’s victory at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1812, and the 44 meter high column was erected in 1843 . The bronze
This is one of the areas that was covered in the earlier Waterloo to Lambeth Bridge – Photo Route A and focuses on the area
For the 9th Anniversary On the morning of Thursday, 7 July 2005, four terrorist suicide bombers attacked London—three aboard London Underground trains across the city and,a
Trafalgar Square is one of the key site in London as is great for both a photographic venue and for exploring other parts of London.
London Streets are not easy to photograph and often look un interesting. However early in the morning during the summer months the Strand and the
Horse Guards Parade is one of those ‘must visit’ places in central London as it is right on the doorsteps of London’s classic sites such
There is so much to see and photograph between Trafalgar Square and the Houses of Parliament, that it is easy to pass by many of
Route Details Starting from the top of Primrose Hill, take a last look at the view and then head down left towards Regents Park Road
This months route takes you on a circuit around Camden Town via Primrose Hill. Starting from Camden Town Underground station, head north up Camden High
The Stables Market is located by Chalk farm road and just north of Camden Town Market and Camden Lock. Camden Stables Market gets its name
The Regent’s Canal is one of London’s best-kept secrets and a peaceful haven from the city. It stretches from Little Venice basin near Paddington through Regent’s
The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel situated on the south bank of the River Thames, between Westminster Bridge and the Golden Jubilee Bridges.
This post focuses on the southern end of Bond street on Piccadilly called Old Bond Street, and some of the New Bond Street area. Bond
Most of the area around Embankment station is land that was re-claimed from the River Thames after the construction of the Victoria Embankment in 1865.
Charing Cross is one of the main centres to explore the southern part of Central London, as it has excellent travel connections and is right
Grosvenor Square is the largest of the three Squares in Mayfair and is a short walk from Oxford Street. General Eisenhower ran the D-Day campaign
Westminster Abbey is actually called ‘The Collegiate Church of St Peter at Westminster, and is a large, mainly Gothic church opposite the Houses of Parliament.
Bloomsbury was, developed by the Russell family in the 17th and 18th centuries into a fashionable residential area. It is notable for its array of
This is one of the principal iconic sites of London Buckingham Palace is the official London residence and principal workplace of the British monarch. Located
Admiralty Arch is next to Trafalgar Square in the centre of London, and adjoins the Old Admiralty Building, hence the name. Admiralty Arch is a large