Monthly Archives: September 2014

England Part 7 in Aerial Perspective

Two touristy things I’d recommend are The View from the Shard, and The Eye.  Tourist traps to be sure, but worthwhile nonetheless.

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England Part 6

Getting a leg up on some more daytime shots from across the Atlantic.  One more round to go of nighttime shots after this.

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England Part 5 – Good Times on the Thames

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England Part 4

Upside down building.  Palm tree in the round.  Watson & Crick double helix building.  Bagpiper on Westminster.  View of the Thames through the bridge.  Miriam and the Lion.  The Lion in the Sun.  Miriam at Harrods.  Around Buckingham Palace.  Sitting … Continue reading

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England Part 3: The Tower of London and its Backdrop Bridge

Wiki has a great overview of The Tower of London, and here are some of my favorite photos of it from our trip, featuring The Red Poppy Project.  As beautiful as the poppy project is, and its commemoration of the … Continue reading

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England Part 2

“Eng-a-lend Swings Like A Pendulum Do …”

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Several Busy Days in the Land of Mr. Leitch

Just returned from the land where nearly everyone sounds as lovely as this young lady’s query to the tailor, entering his shop at the 2:16 mark of Si & Gar’s Fakin’ It: “Good Morning, Mr. Leitch.  Have you had a … Continue reading

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