View over some of London’s most iconic buildings. After St Paul’s Cathedral, Tower 42 is the grand old lady of tall buildings here, having been first occupied in 1980, with the Lloyds building following in ’86. It seems impossible to think of the City of London now without the Gherkin (30 St Mary Axe) which […]
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Iconic on the London skyline, St Paul’s Cathedral is located at the highest point in the City of London on Ludgate Hill. Views of the Cathedral from various sight lines across London are protected. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren and constructed over 45 years, construction was fully completed in 1720.
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 is so vast, and such a city of architectural extremes that each new vantage point on high gives a new perspective on the familiar. Even within the square mile, the skyline shifts and provides something new to fascinate. When I first lived in London, Tower 42 was known as the Natwest Tower (the shapes […]
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 […]
Panoramic view looking up the River Thames from Waterloo Bridge along London’s South Bank, past the National Theatre towards Blackfriars Bridge and St Paul’s Cathedral to the skyscrapers of the City of London, the Gherkin and Tower 42. Click the full screen button and zoom in to explore the details.