The Eye

The Eye, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Thought I’d randomly post a photo I took in London in May. The London Eye is a photographers dream. Interesting structure, loads of different perspectives, and it’s situated in a fantastic spot. We’ve been home now for almost a month. I’m missing traveling this morning. Feeling nostalgic about ourContinue reading “The Eye”

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Covent Garden

Covent Garden, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Covent Garden, London, is known for many things. Mostly for it’s outdoor market atmosphere and trendy shops. It’s also known as the area where Mary Poppins sold flowers. Pretty cool place really. We bought a trivet from one of the vendors.

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Standing Guard

Standing Guard, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. We strolled away from Trafalgar Square past Downing Street and the Prime Minister’s residence, behind gates of course, and Whitehall, where many of the working government buildings are, to where the Queen’s Royal Horse Guard is. They are horsemen. This guy, and others, were posted outside to guard it.Continue reading “Standing Guard”

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National Gallery at Trafalgar Square

National Gallery at Trafalgar Square, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Trafalgar Square is an impressive place. Big. A definite hang out for locals and tourists alike. This is the National Gallery. All museums, galleries, etc. are free to the public. Pretty cool eh?

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St. Martin’s In The Fields Church

St. Martin’s In The Fields Church, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Day two in London found us in Trafalgar Square with Mary and Martin looking at his church, St. Martin in the Fields church.  Doesn’t the back of Martin’s head look holy in this shot?  I think it’s because he’s in front of his church.

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Big Ben

Big Ben, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Ben is pretty big, if you ask me. It’s attached to the Palace of Westminster, also known as the houses of parliament. Lots going on right now here about all the members of parliament and their expense reports. Europeans don’t take this stuff lightly, and neither does their press.Continue reading “Big Ben”

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