Postcards from London

My hotel in London was right opposite the Tower of London and Tower Bridge.

Here’s Tower Bridge with elegant accents of blue.

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It was cloudy for almost all of my visit –

But I did manage one pink morning (snapped on my mobile phone).

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Parts of the old Roman wall of London

Are visible every now and then.

(I like the way the old stone is reflected in the modern glass on the left.)

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One late evening saw us in Chinatown

Under red flags and a popcorn-cloud sky.

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85 thoughts on “Postcards from London

  1. Oh my….GLORIOUS images, Fiona!

    What an amazing view from your hotel. WOW!

    The color you captured in each one of these photographs is incredible. They really DO look like postcards!

    Thanks so much for sharing, my friend!

    P.S Being a theater person, I immediately noticed the Les Mis’ musical banner in the final picture of Chinatown. 🙂

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  2. My cousin stayed in that hotel before flying back to the States. I remember travelling there with her and the amazing views of the city illuminated in the frosty nighttime air.

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  3. I find it funny that I have probably spent more time in London during the years I have lived in Australia, than I ever did when I live in the UK! Love the bridge shots.

    Cheers – Stewart M – Melbourne

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  4. Absolutely awesome photo sharing. Love, love the bridge with the pink hue as background and the popcorn sky. Enjoyed seeing your postcards. Would be awesome place to visit.

    Peabea from Peabea Scribbles

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  5. Oh my! I was in London less than a month ago and fell in love with the city (I didn’t like it the first time I visited). You captured the sights beautifully. I got some goosebumps!

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  6. So, that is the infamous Tower of London. The structure is awesome. I read a lot about history. It is an infamous place. The structure is awesome but the tower was a place of execution or a jail in medieval times.

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