Christmas time is back. This is the first xmas after covid without restrictions and we can see that on the streets. London is overcrowded like never. Areas like Oxford St, Regent’s St, Covent Garden and Leicester Square are just impossible to walk, specially at weekends. It is still a magic time though.
And 4 years later, the snow fell in London again. It was last night after a freezing cold day. These are photos taken early this morning in my area.
Autumn in London
The 95.2m-long superyacht Kismet built in 2014. It is managed by the Moran Yacht & Ship chartering business, and is owned by Pakistani-American billionaire Shahid Khan. It has been moored on Thames this week.
It was last Friday. After some office drinks I walked home by the river. It was a fantastic evening and luckily I had my small camera with me. I cannot resist the Thames banks at night. Just beautiful.
It is not very comfortable shooting in the rain under an umbrella, fighting the wind, but rainy days are great to photograph. I really like it.
Leake Street, also known as “graffiti Tunnel” or “Banksy Tunnel”, is one of London’s coolest street art spots, a celebration of underground art, dinning and entertainment. This 300m long tunnel is used by street artist as an Urban display. This all started when the infamous Banksy chose it as the location for the “Cans” festivalContinue reading “The Graffiti Tunnel”
The beautiful Apple Store in Regent’s Street, London
I haven’t seen many cities around the world with so many super cars. From sport to classic you can find the streets around London teeming with the most exotic supercars. And this is brought to the forefront during the summer months, when millionaires from around the world import their luxury supercars to the capital.