Val’s London

A collection of images from my Instagram page – some filtered, some not.

In the Thames

In the Thames

St Paul's in the setting sun, and the Millennium Bridge

St Paul’s in the setting sun, and the Millennium Bridge

Borough Market when there's no market

Borough Market, when there’s no market

Quite impressive, this.

Quite impressive, this.

And then the man was gone.

On my walk back, the man was gone. Literally without a trace.

The sun sets on South Bank.

The sun sets on South Bank.

The British Museum in early Summer

The British Museum in early Summer

Looking up in the Shard

Looking up in the Shard

One of many locations for live classical music

One of London’s many locations for live classical music

Inside the British Museum

Inside the British Museum

Also inside the British Museum

Also inside the British Museum

Spotted in East London.

Spotted in East London.

Inside above café - one of my favourites

Inside above café – one of my favourites

Columbia road, when there's no flower market

Columbia road, when there’s no flower market

Riding House Café - one of Fitzrovia's favourite haunts

Riding House Café – one of Fitzrovia’s favourite haunts

Colourful London

Colourful London

Through the Looking Glass - rain and snow

Through the Looking Glass – rain and snow

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Another favourite – Workshop Coffee

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Outside Workshop’s Clerkenwell branch

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Another spot for classical music lovers – apparently the best (?) one

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UCL

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Drayton – UCL’s hub of economists

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Having a hot chocolate of a treat at my old workplace – St Pancras International Station

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Pub in Tottenham Hale

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Around Oxford Street, with the iconic Liberty in the background

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Street art, not very far from where the above picture was taken

Funnily enough, my favourite corner of London isn’t featured here. But I’d rather not double-post pictures. So here it is – the Royal Festival Hall and Southbank in Christmas lights.

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