Tag: river thames

A cornered conceit

…”The glass conceals, till (splitting sun) it dancesLanterns in lanes of light its own streaked image.” Glass Grain ~ Charles Tomlinson At Doggett’s Coat & Badge pub by the Thames (named after Thomas Doggett, the original organiser of the 300 year old London Bridge… Continue Reading “A cornered conceit”

A good crossing

Anchored onto Brunel’s original suspension bridge buttresses, the architectural cable deck-stays and pylons of the Golden Jubilee footbridge make a secure statement for what is, and has been, a pedestrian crossing of the river Thames here since 1845 Joining this week’s Which Way Photo… Continue Reading “A good crossing”

‘scaping the city

Photos of London for the Lens Artist Photo Challenge: Cityscapes