Archive for September, 2005
Alternate viewpoint of St Paul’s Cathedral, London. Like the photos posted earlier, this was taken at City of London School For Boys during Open House Day.
It was a sunny day last weekend — so a bit of glare – but this huddle of tourists at Guildhall looked quite amusing. Inside, it’s quite stunning. At the bottom of the art gallery is an old Roman ampitheatre which was discovered in the late 1980s.
The above two photos were taken at City of London School for Boys; which was open for people to wander around this weekend. More photos of other bits and pieces soon; I’ve just moved web servers and need this new home to settle down a bit.
I’ve just moved the site to a new server, so pardon the appearance!
Shaki’s newsagents, near St Bart’s hospital, central London.
Checked out Perfect Blue Sky’s photo blog yet? I asked Chris (a former colleague and an all-round entertaining guy) very nicely if I could link to his page off mine as I have been feeling quite guilty that I haven’t had much of a chance to take any London photos lately.
The one of the blokes at the kiosk took them by surprise, as he’d pretended to hide his camera at the time then took a sneak photo moments later.
I was in Ireland last weekend, and I’d like to post some of the photos here, but they aren’t strictly London-related, are they? However, if you’re interested in seeing some pinholes check out NYCLondon for more – and a photo I took of the camera in question.