A short walk around London

A few weeks ago, I took a trip down towards London, for the purpose of a photoshoot and a day out with family. I took photographs near the Houses of Parliament, London Waterloo station, and on the Embankment, near Blackfriars station.

Outside London Waterloo station.

My first photo of a reel of four in this post, was taken outside London Waterloo, and shows a graffitied railway bridge, and a street skyline of the busy capital.

A British phone box, taken near the Houses of Parliament

I then walked to the Houses of Parliament, where I regretfully waited a little while in order to take this image, due to the high level of tourists.

Blackfriars station bridge

Later on in the day, I took this image at London Blackfriars station while waiting for my train back to St Pancras. The station spans the full length of the River Thames, with an entrance on both sides of its bridge.

St Pauls Cathedral and a London skyline

The last photo I took on this shoot was of the London skyline, featuring the world famous St Pauls Cathedral. After this I headed home using the LNER from King’s Cross.

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