London Through the Lens

London Through the Lens

Despite spending only one night there, I still somehow managed to walk away with nearly 2,000 London photos! A city I thought would be too similar to the US, well, let’s just say it’s not that similar at all.

I found myself going crazy pointing my camera every which way as we rode through it a top a double-decker bus. I was completely overwhelmed by the amount of potential photography subjects the city was filled with. From architecture, to people, to art, I didn’t know which way I should be pointing my camera.

Revisiting my photos after our trip, I realized what I love about London is its details. It’s so easy to get lost in them– in a good way. Flipping through my photos I noticed details here and there that I’m not even sure I realized were there in person.

With that being said, here’s a look at London through the lens.

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Peering through the gates of Buckingham Palace.

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Exiting the Mall.

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A beautiful summer day in the bustling Trafalgar Square.

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All You Need is Love… and maybe London.

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Strolling through London’s Chinatown.

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Looking past high-class to common life.

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View from the real London Bridge.

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The Tower Bridge– not London Bridge.

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Looking up at the Tower Bridge.

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The markable Tower of London.

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The Jewel House inside the Tower of London.

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Guarding the Crown Jewels.

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The Shard almost looks invisible…

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Architecture along the Thames dramatically alternates between ancient and futuristic in design.

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The London Eye, London’s newest permanent attraction.

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The Royal Courts of Justice.

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Admiring the finer details of Westminster Abbey.

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Outside the ever-busy Westminster Station.

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Look who’s peeking through the London Eye.

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What’s your favorite thing to photograph in London? Which photo here was your favorite?

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