Things have been a bit quiet on the exploring front recently - my apologies. Each of the last three weekends I've been in London catching up with various people and all sorts of silly things in silly places. I took my camera with me each time through, and have got some photos that I thought I'd stick here. Tried to keep people shots out as much as possible.
I liked the above the most.
Had a wonky tripod for a while and didn't realise. Also stuck to the 35m lens for each photo in each trip.
The following weekend I was in London on the Friday again, this time meeting a couple of mates then my old university housemates. These were mainly people shots, although I had a few hours to kill on the Sunday evening, so got some of St. Paul's.
Excuse the focus on a lot of these.
Joe had the camera for a while... Technically these aren't my photos at the moment I suppose.
As part of my time-killing on Sunday, after a fail at a London site, I went to the Natural History Museum to have a look around. Didn't take many pictures at all though.
Next up was St. Paul's on the way to chill out in Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese for a while. The first batch are from on the way there, the second are from the way back as it was shut.
The third and final London trip happened yesterday, with a ridiculously early (7am on a Saturday is very early for me) start for the Kent Network Monopoly Run.
I didn't really take too many photos, which was annoying as the bastard camera and tripod combo can get pretty heavy after you've done a lot of walking around in a rush and getting flustered all day.
I think Jock summed up everyone's thoughts.
So that was London. Some of it.
Thanks for reading.