Horse Guards outside of the Household Cavalry Museum in Westminster, London.
Mirroring Place des Vosges
Place des Vosges in Paris, France. I took some artistic liberties in mirroring the park. This is a beautiful area in the Marais district. Make sure you visit it when you are in Paris.
Institut de France
This photo of the Institut de France (The French Institute) was taken from the Palais du Louvre which is situated on the other side of the Seine River towards the Pont des Arts Bridge.
Along the Seine River in the 4th arrondissement, or quatrième, in Paris, France
Forever Bicycles by The Gherkin
Forever Bicycles artwork by Ai Wei Wei at the foot of the Gherkin in London.
Park Benches in Paris
Park benches in Place des Vosges, a square in the Marais district in Paris, France,
Palace of Westminster II
The Palace of Westminster on the River Thames in London, England taken from the London Eye. Westminster Bridge is in the foreground.
Westminster Hall built in 1097 is the oldest part of the Palace of Westminster
Neal's Yard in Covent Garden on a rainy morning, London.
Walking on Earlham Street towards Seven Dials in Covent Garden, London.
New Row Stroll
Taking an evening walk on New Row, Covent Garden, London
Royal College of Music
Walking towards the Royal College of Music in London. This building is opposite the Royal Albert Hall near Imperial College.
Covent Garden Market
On James Street on a rainy Saturday morning in Covent Garden, London.
Walking On Rue au Beurre
On Rue au Beurre heading back to Grand Place in Brussels, Belgium. The streets are lined with little shops along the way.
The Golden Gallery - the highest point of the outer dome at St. Paul's Cathedral in London. We made it just in time for the sun to set. The gallery was also closing for the evening. Many of us pretended not to hear the workers trying to usher us out and delayed as much as possible to capture the magnificient panoramic view of London.
Beneath St. Paul's Cathedral
One of the chapels in the crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral in London. The foreground is polished granite that marks the tomb of Scottish civil engineer and architect John Rennie
Dance at St. Paul's
Silhouette as she dances in front of St. Paul's Cathedral in London, UK.
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