lovelondonscenes 138 – Canary Wharf from the Cutty Sark pub, Greenwich

This is a bit of a companion piece to my last blog on the Prince exhibition at the Dome. After that, my mates Dave, Jon and Tony and I wandered down to Greenwich to the Cutty Sark pub for a late lunch. We had a table upstairs by the window, and had a brilliant view out over the river. After a while – we were there for some time – the sun began to go down, and Canary Wharf, on the other side of the river, revealed its various hues. I took a few snaps, which are below.

Just starting with something different, which is a view from the Clipper, which we took from Westminster to North Greenwich earlier in the day. There are are so many iconic views in central London from the river these days. This is one as we moved out of the centre.

Views from our restaurant spot, starting with one of the Dome. The rest are Canary Wharf. They are all through a window and taken with my trusty but rather limited iPhone 5S. Excuses, excuses…

Yes, that is my head!

The actual Cutty Sark.

This image sums up the latter part of the evening quite well. It’s taken from inside the Clipper on the way back. It had been a long day!

 

About John S

I'm blogging about the things I love outside work: music, sport, culture, London, with some photos to illustrate aspects of our wonderful city. And anything else that I happen to think is worth writing about!
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3 Responses to lovelondonscenes 138 – Canary Wharf from the Cutty Sark pub, Greenwich

  1. Resa says:

    All really great shots!

  2. dc says:

    shot 3- the city’s on fire….in a real death waltz!

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