A gallery of London travel photography. Includes historic architecture, street scenes, views, shopping and more.
Palace of Westminster & Big Ben London's iconic Houses of Parliament and "Big Ben" clocktower.
The London Eye A view of The London Eye and the Palace of Westminster.
The London Eye View of the London Eye observation wheel from Westminster Bridge.
The Shard from Millennium Bridge London's tallest building viewed from the people only Millennium Bridge.
The Shard from London Bridge The tallest building in the UK from London Bridge.
The Tower of London The historical castle on the Thames built by William the Conqueror.
Buckingham Palace The Queen's royal residence in the heart of London.
Buckingham Palace The changing the guard between St. James Palace and Buckingham Palace.
London Phone Booth No photo gallery of London would be complete without a phone box.
Belgravia This posh, largely residential, neighbourhood is near Buckingham Palace.
Knightsbridge Sloan Street in Knightsbridge is a pleasant walk flanked by posh shops.
Harrods Taxis queue up in front of London's famous department store.
Hyde Park London's famous park near Lancaster Gate in summer.
Hyde Park London's famous park near Knightsbridge in winter.
Sussex Gardens in Paddington The "main strip" of hotels in Paddington.
Dicken's Tavern in Paddington The "longest" pub in London after hooligans were upset by a Man U game.
Paddington Basin The modern development near Paddington Station.
Little Venice A lovely "hidden world" near Paddington Station.
Regent's Park To the north of Paddington, Regent's Park is lovely.
Regent's Park It's almost possible to forget that you're in a city at all in Regent's Park.
Lord's Cricket It doesn't get much more British than cricket at Lord's.
The British Museum An incredible collection of plundered artefacts from around the world.
Tavistock Square Gardens One of several pocket parks open to the public in Bloomsbury.
The University of London Every Thursday, the University of London hosts a great Farmer's Market.
Woburn Walk A tucked away Victorian era walking street in Bloomsbury.
Shaftesbury Avenue The beautiful, tree-lined Shaftesbury Avenue in the early evening.
Piccadilly Circus Underground An Underground stairwell near London's famous Piccadilly Circus intersection.
Piccadilly Circus London's famous intersection in the early morning.
Glasshouse Street Glasshouse is around the corner from London's famous Piccadilly Circus intersection.
Leicester Square Cranbourn is the nicest walk in London's Theatreland.
Chinatown London's Chinatown is centered around Gerrard Street.
Carnaby Street Perhaps London's nicest people only shopping area.
The Sky Garden The observation deck from 20 Fenchurch Street is beautiful.
View of the Shard from The Sky Garden The Sky Garden atop the Walkie Talkie building is perfect for viewing the Shard.
View from The Sky Garden The Sky Garden provides a beautiful view over the Thames.
View of Canary Wharf The view of the Canary Wharf business district from afar.
Portobello Road, Notting Hill Portobello Road is famous for its antique shops.
Portobello Market, Notting Hill The Portobello Market in Notting Hill is great for cheap nicknacks and street food.
Notting Hill Made famous by its movie namesake, the side streets of Notting Hill often are quite lovely.
Notting Hill A lovely "mews" (alley) in the Notting Hill neighbourhood.
Camden Town Underground Locals call the Underground the "tube" for a reason.
Camden Town It's not as edgy as it once was, but Camden Town still is a lot of fun.
Camden Lock In the heart of Camden Town, Camden Lock is great for street food and cheap shopping.
Chalk Farm The residential neighbourhood to the north of Camden Town has some quiet surprises.
Canary Wharf Underground This Underground station is on the modern Jubilee Line.
Canary Wharf The South Quay footbridge in London's second business district of Canary Wharf.
Canary Wharf A view of the City of London from the Canary Wharf pier,
Greenwich Park A lovely view from the top of the hill in Greenwich Park.
The Barbican London's massive Modernist Barbican events centre and mixed-use development.
The London Underground London Underground trains pop above ground on the District Line.
Chiswick The leafy suburban high street in the Chiswick district of London.
The Bishops Avenue Dubbed "Billionaires Row," one of London's strangest real estate quirks.
Kilburn High Street Formerly Irish, later Caribbean, now International and on the way up.
Kilburn Underground A nicer portion of Kilburn High Street near the Underground station.
Southall Himalaya Palace Formerly a movie theatre, the Himalaya Palace now is small scale shopping.
Southall Glassy Junction Our 2008 vintage photo of the former Glassy Junction pub in Southall.
Romford Market Place Romford might be the most English district in London.
Romford Market Vendors in Romford often fly the England flag alongside the UK's Union Jack.
Pie & Mash An upscale interpretation of the classic English "pie and mash" dish.
Kew Gardens The cherry blossoms in Kew Gardens are lovely in the early summer.
Kew Gardens The Japanese garden at Kew is lovely.
Brixton The genuine street market in the South London neighbourhood of Brixton.
Truman's Brewery The classic microbrew pub in Whitechapel near Brick Lane.