London And Blending The New And Old

Today I am sharing a few shots from my trip London. Every-time I visit I see something in a new light.

And this time I was marvelling at the way new and old blends so beautifully. All the reflections and shadows the building throw, blended with gorgeous old buildings that would have many a tale to tell.

London New And Old

London New And Old

London New And Old

London New And Old

 

32 thoughts on “London And Blending The New And Old”

  1. I always love walking among London’s new buildings – such a fantastic contrast with the old. The view looking back from Tower Bridge is my favourite as you can see the city’s most modern additions set against St Paul’s.But I always love the way you can be walking around the City and the Shard or the Walkie Talkie will suddenly pop out from behind buildings or between streets.

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    • Tim that is exactly what I loved its just such an inspiring view, and always so different depending on your direction and the weather which for me makes it more exiting x

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  2. Wow! Stunning shots and the old and new certainly do compliment each other. I need a trip to London! #Mysundayphoto

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  3. I love London and have deep roots there. My ancestors lived in the City of London. There is a medieval church, St Olaves in Hart Street, with skulls over the doorway! Very spooky but I love how it is in the shadow of the Gherkin.

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    • Ooh I was stood for ages looking at that church it is fascinating, my family are from the East End, Bow, so I feel exactly the same x

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    • Nell thanks so much and yes I am exactly the same, it just fascinates me all those lives, different stories and in one place x

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