Runaway balloon at the Royal Observatory.
Parasol and St Paul’s.
Getting the shot.
Clouds and Elizabeth Tower.
Shaking hands in Southbank.
The climb at the Royal Observatory.
Pigeon in the park.
And now, for the grand finale, here are my absolute favorite shots of London that I took on the trip. They actually ended up being pretty representative of all the different places we went!
It’s been almost three months (!!!) since the trip, and part of the reason I’ve taken so long posting them is because it’s like saying goodbye again. Each photo encapsulates one of the infinite wonderful moments we had. I truly believe I grew as not only a photographer but a human being over those ten days.
So herein ends my photo adventures of my trip to London — I hope it is the first of many. Until next time, London!
Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité.
I love this shot!
On the Métro!
Where I bought my book of poetry.
Along the Seine.
I loved seeing the Tricoleur.
Around the corner.
Beaucoup de choses.
Miscellaneous shots from the streets of Paris.
This sign just amused me.
Ste Jeanne D’Arc.
“A century of history.”
Lots of stickers on signs in Paris!
Chalk on the sidewalk.
“A dramatic surprise.” According to thefreedictionary.com
On the Métro.
“A these prices, I’m the queen of of England!”
“‘Now You See Me;’ lit. ‘The Unseizables.'”
“Get out of the category ‘no opinion.'”
“I ♥ nothing; I’m Parisian.”
L’ironie. “Vandalism, it’s bad. :(“
Carry that weight.
Various signs from around Paris. It was cool being able to see just
French all around me. Je l’ai adoré.
At the Tower.
Juxtaposition. My timing was actually off; this guy had a bouquet of flowers and appeared to be waiting for someone.
In the Tube.
Apparently in some Asian cultures, photos are taken before the wedding. Some shots of a photo shoot!
At London Film and Comic Con.
Parasol and St Paul’s.
Crowds at the Tower of London.
The thing about London is that it is truly a living, breathing entity. It is made up of buildings and streets as much as the people who occupy it. Here are some of its people from all around the city.
September 1, 2013
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