London is a piece of art. It has a certain mesmerizing vibe and a spirited air which pervades every nook and cranny.
London Tube Station which gives you a taste of the city.
Trafalgar Square in Central London- its name commemorates the Battle of Trafalgar where the British Navy won the Napoleonic wars with France and Spain in 21st October 1805 off the coast of Cape Trafalgar, Spain.
Nelson’s column was built to commemorate Admiral Horatio Nelson, who died at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
St Martin-In-The-Fields -an Anglican church at the backdrop
One of the bronze lions at the base of Nelson’s column
The iconic red double-decker London bus
Changing of the guard at Buckingham palace
The principle facade- the East Front
A white birdie happened to fly into the lens.
London Eye at the backdrop.
The classic London telephone box with a screaming red.
The Westminister Abbey has a long tradition of being a royal wedding venue.
Officially know as the Great Bell, but better known as the Big Ben graces the Palace of Westminister.
Houses of Parliament/ Palace of Westminister
The Tower of London-seen from the River Thames. The medieval castle was built by William The Conqueror in 1066. In its earliest beginnings, it served as a royal residence before turning into a prison between 16th and 17th century, shackling figures like Elizabeth I and Sir Walter Raleigh within its walls.
The tower had been besieged several times as conquering it was vital to control the country.
The London Bridge was not falling down.
St Paul’s Cathedral