19 thoughts on “London architecture

  1. There are some great images that you’ve captured. I love a bit of brutalist architecture, but the city has a lot more, which I think you’ve captured. I particularly love the way that the very old and the shockingly new continue to sit side by side.

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  2. Great collection. I know you like brutalism – amazing what you can bring out in these buildings with your photography.
    But on a different note – I have to ask: No more quotes on Wednesday? πŸ˜ͺ

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    1. I’ve just done one:)
      I’m struggling to do things at the moment as my mum is ill. She’s 99 and lives on her own, but has had a couple of falls and is now bed bound. So I’m spending a few days there each week. She keeps me very busy and there’s an almost non-existent phone signal and zero broadband. But I managed to squeeze something out of the phone signal this afternoon. πŸ™‚


      1. I’m happy to hear about quotes. I’m not happy to hear about your mum. But wow! 99!! That’s some achievement. I hope she will recover from her falls and of course, looking after her is way more important than a photo challenge. Please let her know I’m rooting for her even though we’ve never met.

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  3. I lived in small towns for too long, photos like your first one just blow my mind. I could never live in those buildings. πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ Wonderful architecture. πŸ˜€


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