Totem-like sculpture by Richard Kindersley, situated opposite the Church Of Scientology's London offices in Queen Victoria Street.
Thick with the usual Saturday afternoon tourist hoards.
One of the hefty support cable arrangements on London's infamous Millennium (neé Wobbly) Bridge.
An unconventionally tall-framed rendering of this London icon.
The usual crowded scenario in the thick of London's tourist-friendly South Bank area.
As depicted by Jimmy C, and located under the arches on Clink Street.
A view of St Paul's I've not noticed before, from Clink Street, squeezed between the walls of the railway arches and the Anchor pub.
Nice to see such a cheery design for a street bin.
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A telephoto look up to the outdoor viewing area of 20 Fenchurch St, AKA The Walkie-Talkie.
An unusual angle to photograph Tower Bridge for me; usually I'm looking at it from an angle either side. With the benefit of a 55-200mm zoom lens I can fill the frame from a distance now.
God smiled over London during one of several brief patches of rain, providing a beautiful rainbow to cheer me up this afternoon.
Found a good spot to observe the sunset and get a few nice shots of the skyline featuring The Shard and Tower Bridge.
The Shard, City Hall and Tower Bridge all contending for one's attention from this vantage point at dusk ...
A slightly longer exposure helped smooth out the gently rippling Thames waters in this blue hour photograph.
Just off St. Katherine's Way - I was standing in the middle of the white circle which I've added to this Google Maps aerial view.