London 2013: Three Views from London Bridge

After passing St Paul’s Cathedral and The Monument on our Big Bus sightseeing tour we crossed London Bridge to see some of the sights in the borough of Southwark. Here are three shots of our views from London Bridge:

My first shot on the bridge was of The Shard, at 87 stories currently the tallest building in the European Union. Everyone else on the bus in front of me is more interested in the view to the left.

My first shot on the bridge was of The Shard, at 87 stories currently the tallest building in the European Union. Everyone else on the bus seem to be more interested in the view to the left.

What everyone else was looking at: The London Tower Bridge and the HMS Belfast museum ship on a rather hazy day.

What everyone else was looking at: The London Tower Bridge and the HMS Belfast museum ship on a rather hazy day.

The view to the right of the Cannon Street Bridge. Hey, that's St Paul's looming above the Cannon Street Station!

The view to the right of London Bridge is of the Cannon Street Bridge, the next bridge upstream. Hey, that’s St Paul’s looming above the Cannon Street Station!

 

 

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I am a family man with interests in family history, photography, history and travel.
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