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This must be where skateboards come to die.

Skateboards, Hungerford Bridge, London
Skateboards, Hungerford Bridge, London

The next time you walk along Hungerford Bridge near Embankment station, look down and you might see a pile of skateboards abandoned. Oddly enough there doesn’t seem to be a lot of information on the internet about this so if you know anything further, let me know in the comments section below!

Skateboards, Hungerford Bridge, London
Skateboards, Hungerford Bridge, London

Did you know this isn’t actually a statue of Eros, the god of sensual love? It is in fact his twin brother Anteros, the god of selfless love. Anyhow I think it’s beautiful and I really like the crisp blue sky behind it. I’ve managed to capture some of the details but I like the dark shadows in places making it looking silou-esque.

Statue of Eros, Piccadilly Circus, London
Statue of Eros, Piccadilly Circus, London

I missed a photo opportunity but the bird was perched and had it’s wings wide open! Still, I manage to capture it and also a plane flying over The London Eye in if you look closely enough.

London Eye
London Eye

I must already have a million shots of Big Ben, but it’s such an icon it’s hard not too whenever you see it.

Big Ben, London
Big Ben, LondonBig Ben, London

This must have been a particularly sunny day as you can see from the different shades in the clouds and the light reflecting from the River Thames.

Big Ben from Waterloo Bridge, London
Big Ben from Waterloo Bridge, London

Walking the cobbled streets of Butler’s Wharf, I saw this shop window – Le Pont De La Tour is a French restaurant.

Le Pont De La Tour
Le Pont De La Tour
Le Pont De La Tour
Le Pont De La Tour

Having just attended the Harry Callahan exhibition at Tate Modern, I was on the look out for reflections. I think turning this monochrome has really come out well with the dark building contrasting with the bright white light source.

Light reflection near London Bridge station
Light reflection near London Bridge station

I was walking away from St Paul’s Cathedral and spotted it’s reflection in a cafe window. I liked it because it has a double-almost 3D-like effect to it.

St Paul's Cathedral - Window Reflection
St Paul’s Cathedral – Window Reflection

The Royal Opera Arcade always catches my eye walking back to Victoria station late at night – it’s fabulously lit up at night – particularly during Christmas when fairy lights twinkle. I also like the elegant gold gates which secure it at night.

Royal Opera Arcade, London
Royal Opera Arcade, London

Walking towards Blackfriars station, there are two silver dragons. I managed to snap a speeding car whizzing by.

London Dragon Black and White
London Dragon Black and White

Which is your favourite photo? Tell me in the comments section below!

https://i1.wp.com/www.elitetravelblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Statue-of-Eros-Piccadilly-Circus-London.jpg?fit=1024%2C681https://i1.wp.com/www.elitetravelblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Statue-of-Eros-Piccadilly-Circus-London.jpg?resize=150%2C150Timothy ChowLondonPhotos of LondonThis must be where skateboards come to die. The next time you walk along Hungerford Bridge near Embankment station, look down and you might see a pile of skateboards abandoned. Oddly enough there doesn't seem to be a lot of information on the internet about this so if you know...A travel blog featuring interviews and guest posts about destinations around the world. Why not have your say and write for us?

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