View from the roof of the Leadenhall Building looking out over London in the January sun. This is one of the times of day that light and the clouds can alter swiftly, and to capture a high resolution image in the few instants before you lose that special moment where sunlight and cloud concatenate is […]
London Landmarks: here you can read about London Landmarks in virtual tours and see examples of London Landmarks 360 virtual tours.
London is a modern metropolis with a history spanning almost two thousand years. A broad spectrum of architectural influences is evident in its many landmark buildings. From cathedrals to museums, skyscrapers to bridges, monuments to palaces, London’s history is engrained in each one. London’s skyline is constantly evolving, keeping the city and its landscape as vibrant as ever.
Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral, London Eye, Houses of Parliament, Nelson’s Column, The Shard, the Royal Observatory and Battersea Power Station are just a few of the iconic buildings of London.
No.1 London Bridge (the building with the cut-out section right by the bridge) forms the foreground to the dramatic cluster at London Bridge Quarter, home to the Shard. It has become a more exciting section of the Thames to shoot, and the river moorings have a pleasing echo of the Shard’s shape. Many people’s experience […]
London’s tall landmarks bound together in one panoramic image as the sun sets on an autumn evening. From Earl’s Court, Kensington Gardens and the Albert Hall towards the west, then across the Serpentine to the iconic Battersea Power Station, Crystal Palace, Big Ben, the London Eye, Thames House at Vauxhall Cross (the MI5 building), Westminster […]
London’s brief stillness in the minutes after rush hour has ended before the evening’s activity truly begins. The panorama takes in most of London’s major landmarks from The Shard to Canary Wharf, The City of London with St Paul’s Cathedral, with the Thames dividing the city and the Tate Tower bisecting the image.
Looking beyond the greenery of Hampstead Heath towards London and its iconic Landmarks. The newly completed Shard is a striking addition to the skyline. The panorama stretches from BT Tower in the west to Broadgate Tower in the City of London.
High resolution 360 interactive panorama shot from the crane at the top of the Shard, London Bridge. The Shard is the tallest building in the European Union and the viewing gallery will open to the public in 2013. Most of London and beyond is visible in this Gigapixel image, from the skyscrapers of the City […]
Panoramic view form the South Bank London looking out onto Canary Wharf, City of London, The Shard, St Pauls Cathedral, The Olympic Village 2012. This is a very high resolution panorama, you can zoom in to see details and further explore London’s landmark buildings, including Tower 42, 30 St Mary Axe, The Barbican, Heron Tower […]
This 360 image was captured at the top of the Shard London Bridge, 310m above London, on the night of the student protests in November 2010. You can see the police helicopters hovering over London above the demonstration. Technically this was a very difficult shoot, I was on the crane at the top of the […]
I’m fortunate to live within easy reach of Hampstead Heath – a 790 acre stretch of land where the view over London is protected by law! The height of the Heath makes it a great place to capture London’s landmark buildings from a distance. This view includes the Gherkin (St Mary Axe), Tower 42, The […]
Panorama looking from Holborn over London at sundown. This London cityscape includes the following landmarks: Shard London Bridge; Strata Tower; Guy’s Hospital Tower; 33 St Mary Axe (The Gherkin); Tower 42; the Heron Tower; King’s Reach Tower; the Barbican; Canary Wharf; the Tate Modern; the London Eye; the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.
This London skyline panorama features almost all the major London landmarks from the London Eye (Millennium Wheel), St Paul’s Cathedral, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, the turrets of Lambeth Palace, the Gherkin, Tower 42 (the Natwest Tower), the BT Tower (Telecom Tower), the British Museum, The Sea Life London Aquarium at the old County […]
In 2007, ‘Visit London’ bought in turf from the Vale of York and used it to turn Trafalgar Square into a village green for a couple of days.
A collection of aerial panoramas and 360 virtual tours taken at night from the top of 33 Cavendish Square London.