postcards from london*

dear friend

today, the sky was so blue, we ventured out into the cool winter day

canary wharf
we caught the thames clipper from canary wharf

tower of london
to the millenium pier (by the tower of london)

tower bridge
we had a stroll across tower bridge

shad thames - day
through shad thames

butlers wharf sculpture
and along butler’s wharf to the design museum

discovering these beauties on the walk back towards the bridge

(darlene’s delightful december views project 2008)

* for jude, my inspirational big sister.

11 thoughts on “postcards from london*

  • Hi Leonie!
    Thanks for your visit to my blog ~ I have replied to you over there :)
    Also, how funny is it that you are showing me photos of my home city and I see somewhere I don’t believe I have ever been (Shad Thames??!). You have also seen far more of Britain than I. I used to just head straight out on the Eurostar :)
    Have a great day!

  • Loving the postcards, dear Leonie! Happy 2009! Wishing you all that your precious heart desires and more, much more magic this year! xxoxx

  • I would never have guessed that modern looking city in the first image was London. You did a fabulous job on these images, but I especially like the second one of the bridge. How I wish I could visit your fine city again!

  • I love to experience the world through your photos. They are so fantastic, and they make me eager to travel someday.

  • I so enjoy kismet!

    thank you for visiting and leaving a comment. I’m so happy to be here and see your lovely, lovely photos of london. I am visiting london for the first time in may. I have added the thames clipper and the design museum to my list. I can’t wait!

  • so glad you commented on my blog so that I could find your photos – living vicariously through your images – gorgeous

  • oh my – so glad you posted over at my blog so I could find your photos…living vicariously through your images…gorgeous

  • thanks for stopping by again :) your pictures are gorgeous as always. my favorite is the shad thames

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