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Tag Archives: St Paul’s cathedral
Just walking up to the Tate Modern, to do a bit of writing, I stopped under the Blackfriars railway bridge and took a few shots. I liked the way the underside of the bridge framed St Paul’s and the City … Continue reading
Yesterday Kath and I walked from Flat Iron Square, which is just down from Borough Market, through old London, to Kings Cross. Inspired in part by Peter Ackroyd’s “London – The Biography” which I’m reading at the moment. No other … Continue reading
Went to the Tate Modern yesterday to see The “Radical Eye” (Elton John’s early C20 collection of modernist photos) and Rauschenberg exhibitions. Liked the photos – Man Ray the highlight. Rauschenberg a mixed bag – liked the collages; the rest … Continue reading
I went to the Sigmar Polke exhibition to the Tate Modern yesterday. Took this shot out of one of the windows on a gloomy, rainy morning. The Millenium Bridge and St Paul’s centre ground. Treated a bit on iPhotos for … Continue reading
The City from the Tate Modern. Two Saturdays ago, when we saw the Malevich exhibition. First up the Cheese Grater and Walkie Talkie. The Gherkin is obscured from this angle by the Cheese Grater. Love how all these tall buildings … Continue reading
A rainy day in the City. St Paul’s from Watling Street. (The start of the old Roman road, I think). With a bit of my umbrella in top left corner. Ooops!