Returning to London, on Day 10, we went to stay in South London this time, another relatively inexpensive place to stay. No view, of course. I went out and photographed some London Cliches, with a twist, of course.

1. Some People are Gay… Stonewall was running a campaign on the side of buses – in people’s faces, which was great. It would be good to see a similar campaign run here. It was a bit stark, though, coming from Iceland, which elected its first gay Prime Minister not all that long ago.

Some People Are Gay...

Some People Are Gay…

2. Barbarellas. I didn’t check if the staff wore costumes from the film.

Barbarellas

Barbarellas

3. The Phallic London Buildings. London likes a building springing straight into the air.

Big Ben

Big Ben

London Monument

London Monument

4. Spiral Staircase. One climbs up the London Monument to do two things – look at London, and look down the spiral staircase.

Spiral Staircase

Spiral Staircase

5. London Misty Day. I’m sure someone won an award for this building – it’s fairly unremarkable, but looked better disappearing into the mist.

Misty London

Misty London

 

 

 

 

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Five Photos a Day – Glancing at Europe – Day 10 Part 1 – London Cliches

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