Taken around the East End of London These photos are mainly of the Regents Canal and Docklands. Please use your browser's back button to get back to this page after viewing the pictures.
Okay, I had to start with my local! This pub is sports friendly, and the decor is very football orientated!
Regents Canal, looking towards Docklands
A view looking along the Thames to the distant City of London. Notice how much construction is going on!
Looking along Docklands to the Millennium Dome
An unusual perspective of the impressive Canary Wharf (or should I call it 1 Canada Square?)
Some recently completed apartments which look over the Limehouse Basin. How much must these cost?
The new Citigroup building is the subject here. This (and also the HSBC building just off shot to the right) are only a few stories short of the original Canary Wharf "skyscraper".
There is so much construction going in Docklands even now. This is the latest addition to the "skyscapers". It's amazing how the stairwells/lift-shafts stay up at this stage!
This may be a bit out of place here, but it's a distant view looking to London just North of Waltham Abbey from a good vantage point. There is a bunker here overlooking a great part of Central/West London click here to see the view. If it was a high resolution picture, you could zoom in on where it is aimed. Unfortunately it's not that high-res here!
Brick Lane. A really multi-cultural part of the East End. Anything from market(s) to curry houses. An old beigel house is pictured here!
The start of Brick Lane's "curry town"!
Columbia Road. For the greater part, this is a pretty sleepy Street in London's East End. On a Sunday however, it comes alive as one of the Countries most famous flower markets. Had to take this holding the camera over peoples heads!
Flowers, and more flowers.
A trader in Columbia Road trying to drum up custom on their pitch!
After such an event, there has to be a big clean up session. Pictured after I got back from the walk I started from the market!