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Between Heaven and Earth, the Turbines: Easter 2012: Rye, East Sussex

Between Heaven and Earth, the Turbines: Easter Rye, East Sussex

The Shard Beyond The Park by Nic Laight, via Flickr

The Shard Beyond The Park by Nic Laight, via Flickr

The Lohan Over Wapping

The Lohan Over Wapping

The Mighty Kings Cross Gasometer has gone, but this is how I like to reimagine it

The Mighty Kings Cross Gasometer has gone, but this is how I like to reimagine it

Surface to air missile test launch from The Shard

Surface to air missile test launch from The Shard

50 Things You Must do When Visiting London

50 Things You Must do When Visiting London

Awesome summer rooftop cinema in London! I would love an outdoor cinema with a hot tub

Walking into the light: Richmond Avenue, N1, as the sun sets

Walking into the light: Richmond Avenue, as the sun sets

St Marks Church, Myddleton Square, Old Finsbury, As Seen From Amwell Street, London N1-EC1-WC1 intersection

St Marks Church, Myddleton Square, Old Finsbury, As Seen From Amwell Street, London intersection

Former offices of The Times and Sunday Times, Printing House Square, 200 Grays Inn Road, London

Former offices of The Times and Sunday Times, Printing House Square, 200 Grays Inn Road, London

Angel Underground Station, 1968 Islington, London

The dangerously narrow island platform has since been modified into two separate single platforms, one for each direction .

Londinium MMMXII Photographed and manipulated using iPhone4

Londinium MMMXII Photographed and manipulated using

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Unbuilt London

Unbuilt London: Tall Towers And Strange Skyscrapers - A statue of Britannia on Greenwich Hill, proposed in the late

The Witch of St. Pancras: Shown here crossing the Fleet River with Old St. Pancras Church in the background. From a printed printed by John Hammond in 1643 entitled "A Most Certain, Strange and True Discovery of a Witch". In 1968, the Beatles used the Church graveyard for the inside shot of their double album The Beatles: 1962-1966.

The Witch of St. Pancras: Shown here crossing the Fleet River with Old St. Pancras Church in the background. From a printed printed by John Hammond in 1643 entitled "A Most Certain, Strange and True Discovery of a Witch". In 1968, the Beatles used the Church graveyard for the inside shot of their double album The Beatles: 1962-1966.

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