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A 'Me-Now-Views' presentation... 😵

Here are some of the left-overs from the London part of the trip (just to break the monotony and check you are still awake!) The first image here is taken just outside of East Putney London Underground station, aka 'the tube'. Technically that is a tube train, but they do occasionally see the light of day! As for the jumbo jet - can't escape those in the big city. There are three airports within the Greater London area. The angle of this one said it was coming into Heathrow. If it had been nose-on, it would be aimed at Gatwick; or pointing where it's tail is, the City Airport would have been the runway... though that wouldn't happen, the biggest craft permitted there is the A220. I digress.













































The lily-pond which is in the middle of the putting course at Wandsworth Park.









































Putney Road Bridge






















The 'Shard' building as spotted through the heat-haze when Mac2 and I were crossing the River Thames






















We crossed the Thames via the Putney Rail Bridge... the trains passed frequently on the other side of these girders.

10 comments:

  1. What a clear and pretty shot of the British Airways.
    Beautiful lily pads and what building in the Haze.
    Hugs HiC

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  2. Great photos Aunty Yam...you've made London look very intriguing!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  3. Beautiful photos - we really love the lily pond.

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  4. Lovely photos, and the street lamps
    caught our attention. Haven't been on a train in many years.
    So glad we actually found your blog and not google plus.
    We subscribed so we can come back again.
    Linda Astro and Mitzie.

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  5. WE like the lily pond too. You take such interesting photos!!
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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  6. wow that plane was close ,O))) we love london, it is amazing that such a busy and big city has so much green&quiet areas...

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  7. wow, they named the shard building correctly. cool shot of the jet and love both shots of the tube train. I have never seen one except in photos

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  8. Will need to go back there again. Hopefully with my sister this time.

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  9. Beautiful! I really enjoyed the different streetlights!

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