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A pedestrian startling the pigeons by The Monument:
Time to raid the cutlery draw:
Inside a cheese grater:
Heavy rain over the weekend meant the flood plain of The River Roding got to live up to its name today:
Being the perfect husband that I am. I bought my wife some flowers as a surprise yesterday. It would be silly to let a photographic opportunity go to waste:
I just liked the play of light on The Bank of England:
Today was a special day as its my fathers 80th birthday, so we popped round for a celebration: and here is the lovely man himself in his full birthday regalia:
The leaves I shot 3 days ago are drying up and curling up:
Just someone passing The Guild Hall:
This evening jus off Jacks Hill, Epping Forest:
Just a shot of some leaves from the garden:
10pm last night I was hit by an attack of gout. Even though I had taken some drugs by 4 in the morning I was in agony and wide awake. Getting to work wasn't going to happen so I elected to work at home, amazingly even with just a couple of hours sleep I got much more done then I normally do in the...
Well, much to my own surprise I have managed to do half of this 365 project :) Today I visited the war memorial at The Royal Exchange:
And now for something completely different. Wandering round by The Gherkin today I came across a young lady pretending to feed a statue of a gorilla. On and that is not the gorillas tail, it has a fish under its arm. Who needs digital manipulation when reality is this weird ?
It's funny but although The Thames runs right through the middle of London, it spends most of it's time being almost completely ignored by the city. But today it was in no mood to be ignored, a particularly high tide combined with a bit of a swell meant the river was crashing on to the steps by Su...