A door on a Greenwich street.
Outside the Tate Britain.
The London Eye from the Thames.
Tower Bridge from the Thames.
Scooter seats for al fresco eating at the Camden market.
A mosaic in the Tottenham Court Rd station.
An architectural detail in Fitzrovia.
Tulips in Fitzrovia.
Looking up at the sky through the roof of the British Museum at sunset.
A reminder that Heathrow is one of the busiest airport in the world: multiple contrails over the west end.
Aircraft tail at the RAF Museum.
Vaseline advertisement on the side of an early London bus at the Transport Museum
Eduardo Paolozzi’s statue of Newton (after William Blake’s drawing) in the courtyard of the British Library.
The surprise of seeing a Melbourne icon far from home on the Strand.
Fiat 500 in Notting Hill pizzeria window.
I know kung-fu. Angel statue at the V & A.
I loved walking around Covent Garden. This was on the wall of a small back street.
Sunset on the Strand.
The BT tower as seen from a Bloomsbury street.
Chinatown in Soho.
Statue of Gandhi in Tavistock Square, Bloomsbury near where he studied law at University College London.
Gandhi’s words in the city.