Friday, 28 March 2008

The O2 Arena, London

And a bit of sculpture in the River Thames:

Monday, 24 March 2008

Walthamstow, London

from the window of the train from Glasgow to London

The River Clyde:

The River Tyne:

Grantham, birthplace of Margaret Thatcher:

bright winter sun behind the clouds:

Glasgow, Scotland

beautiful old terraced houses:

praise the Lord!

in Glasgow, they call these "bananas". They can be found, unwrapped, on the counters of newsagents:

That's Glasgow.

Friday, 21 March 2008

New York

I like New York.

Lots of skyscrapers.

Plenty of taxis too.

this is the kind of sign you see in the US but not in the UK

Austin, Texas

Austin, Texas is proof that a city can be a great place despite horrible architecture.

It does have a few skyscrapers including some new ones, although one wonders why as there's no shortage of empty space in the city centre.

Sunday, 9 March 2008

Blackfriars, London

The Black Friar pub:

Two views of the South Bank - Sea Containers House, the Oxo Tower and the London Eye:

phone boxes near the Royal Courts Of Justice, London