The Tube trains are smaller and a bit space-age-in-the-1970s.
The photographer becomes the art.
Our tour guide for the second half of our walk...he really likes sheep. Or something.
He also knows the best "secret" views of St. Paul's Cathedral.
On the roofdeck of a mall! (I have no idea why the horizon is slanted and the tower is straight)
Bank of London
New, old, oldest
The Barbican...eerily reminiscent of the Guntersville Lodge in Alabama (oh Soviet Brutalist architecture). Built after the the Blitz during World War II, it's a mix of apartments, gardens, an arts center, and there are remnants of the old London Wall built by the Romans. (more information here, quite a fascinating story!)
Riding in a double-decker bus!
A. Waterloo Tube Station
B. The White Hart
C. Woolfson and Tay Bookshop
D. Tate Modern Art Musuem
E. St. Paul's Cathedral
F. The mall with the view (Madison)
G. Bank of England
H. The Gherkin
I. The Barbican