I took this shot in London outside of Covent Gardens. I love the colorful buildings and window displays, especially on this very cold and rainy March day.
As soon as I saw this one coming up, I knew the picture I had to post. This bus made us laugh so hard for a very long time. And it still does. And even 10 years later, it’s probably still true.
No photoshoping on this one, except for my moniker. To make it even creepier, this was the underground station we waited at after taking the evening “Jack, the Ripper” London Walking Tour. It was a great tour.
London and it’s boroughs abound with squares. We stayed in a lovely bed & breakfast in Norfolk Square (easy walking distance from Paddington Station).
The window to our room at the B&B from the outside (in Norfolk Square).
Our view on Norfolk Square from the window in the first picture.
Trafalgar Square, looking at the fountain in the direction of St. Martin’s-In-The-Field (which has a great basement cafe called Cafe-In-The-Crypt.)
I’m not sure if this is an unusual point of view, as thousands of people walk past the front of Westminster Abbey in London each month (possibly each day), but I don’t know how many take the time to look up.
A rare sunny day in London.
This photo is from a trip I took to London 10 years ago with some friends. Hoping to make it back there some day soon.