London.


It’s not easy settling down in a new city. It’s even harder if you have to do it alone without your loved ones around.

London will be home for the next 1 year as I embark on my Masters at Imperial College London. Coming from a country where I experience eternal sunshine, the weather here can be quite a challenge at times. It’s all gloomy and wet, not to mention the strong winds that will turn your brolly inside out. Besides that, I have to juggle with the notoriously high cost of living in which London is infamous for.

Sad stories aside, the capital is a leading global city in the arts, entertainment and tourism, just to name a few. This translates into many photographic opportunities for shutterbugs. Be it medieval buildings, people or landscape, you want it, they will most probably have it.

Tower Bridge
Leading lines…
House of Parliament
The National Gallery
Trafalgar Square
National History Museum
Imperial College London

South Kensington Gardens – The two men none too pleased with the old couple feeding them pigeons

MC RAS at Portobello Market
Free pizza at Portobello Market
Elvis Costello?

Till next time, Cheers!

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9 thoughts on “London.

  1. Wonderful photographs — I especially love the constrast and shot choice of the pigeons one… there’s just something about black and white and pigeons that works well.

    Nice work!

  2. Welcome to my home town! 🙂 Have a great time here – and believe me, there is MUCH more to this place than high prices! 🙂 I love the bus shot – nicely timed! – and the S Ken gardens image is great too! 🙂

  3. beautiful shot of the parliment building! You aren’t alone in the challenges of leaving everything you know and love but without expectations it can be trully incredible, I wish you all the best 🙂

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