I took a photographic stroll around central London a while ago, walking from Oxford Circus down to the Portrait Gallery and then back past Covent Garden and Bloomsbury up to Warren Street.
Above you can see the reflection Telecom Tower in the glass fronted building by Warren Street tube station. I was lucky enough to take a trip to the top of Telecom Tower some years ago – see the photos here. Here’s some photos from the rest of the day’s travels.
Multiple street signs.
These old adverts by the entrance to the Q Park car park had been left untouched for decades, but recently some useless taggers have scrawled their amateur rubbish all over the posters. Shame.
(*Note: I’m not against all tagging, but this just looks rubbish!).
St Anne’s Church in Soho dates back to 1677.
Movin’ the baggage by Leicester Square.
Escalator at the National Portrait Gallery.
BP Portrait Award 2019.
Some of the paintings were exquisite.
Photographing the person photographing the person in the artwork.
Storm clouds looming over Trafalgar Square.
The tragic sight of the growing numbers of homeless people on the streets, all thanks to the Tories and their austerity bullshit.
Seven Dials, Covent Garden.
Centre Point with the shell of the stripped out mansions in the foreground.