Wednesday, July 16

Are You Tired of London Yet?







14 comments:

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

I love all of these, but I especially love seeing that amazingly shaped boat in that last picture, Judy! It is such a BEAUTIFUL Design! And I never tire of seeing pictures of London!

bobbie said...

London must be a really great city. I've only seen in inside of Heathrow myself. Even that was pretty fascinating, but I'd love to see more

Star said...

Love the castle. if you had a place with that many rooms you could display all your stuff.

Mar said...

I am not tired of London ! I have never visited and with the current prices it seems it will take me forever to get there! beautiful sightseeing :)

JeanMac said...

I never tire of the pictures. Actually, they get me thinking. I click on them and see the wonderful detail and wonder who/how lived in the structures.

Beverly said...

Not tired at all. These are great pictures. I feel fortunate to have visited there...a long time ago.

Paul Nichols said...

Great photos. Our daughter just returned from a cruise there...oh, wait!! You're up!! Up on My Hats Blog, that is.

I don't apologize for taking so long. I thought it was me. No, no, no...it was Blogger.com conflicting with Photobucket. Anyway, there you are and you are a beautiful entry. I advertised you on my blog, too. Thank you for sharing. Share some more.

(By the way, this the first mistake I've ever made. I thought it was me, but I was wrong.)

CAROLYN said...

Never! I wish I could write this comment in an English accent, lol!

Dianne said...

Please Ma'm More (said in Oliver accent)

I love how green the lawns are - royal grass I assume ;)

and the shadows! really lovely

Jamie Dawn said...

Oh boy!! I wanna go!!!!
Those photos are terrific!

Inanna said...

Will your daughter adopt me????

whimsical brainpan said...

With pics like these how could I get tired of it?

Carmi said...

I could never tire of architecture like this, Judy. More, please :)

(I know I'm a little biased, what with my living in the "other" London, and all. But you have a knack for capturing the life in inanimate objects. You've made me so want to be there right now.

Oops, before I pop out, wanted to let you know I've posted the latest Thematic Photographic theme. I'm going with animals this week, and I've gotta believe that you've got a gem or two in your archives.

Darlene said...

I'm late in commenting so I hope you see this so you will know that I love your photos of the Tower of London and the Tower Bridge.

I was there about 22 years ago and didn't have a good camera. I would love borrowing your pics as they are so much better then mine.