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Iconic Tower Bridge from a recent #photography walk around the city of London -

Iconic Tower Bridge from a recent #photography walk around the city of London -

Another picture of Merlin - one of the 7 ravens who live in the Tower of London. Photographer:  Jackie Morris (http://www.jackiemorris.co.uk/blog/of-wolves-and-ravens-and-stories/)

Another picture of Merlin - one of the 7 ravens who live in the Tower of London. Photographer: Jackie Morris (http://www.jackiemorris.co.uk/blog/of-wolves-and-ravens-and-stories/)

Royal Guard - Tower of London. This guy could be the biggest dork in the world but he looks all delish in his big blinged out furry hat and bayonet up by his face. Rawwwrrrr aboTRUE

Royal Guard - Tower of London. This guy could be the biggest dork in the world but he looks all delish in his big blinged out furry hat and bayonet up by his face. Rawwwrrrr aboTRUE

Poppies Pour Like Blood from the Tower of London - This summer, the Tower Of London will be surrounded by a sea of crimson. This installation, conceived by artist Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper, will commemorate each and every British and Colonial fatality from World War 1 by planting 888,246 red ceramic poppies in a flowing sea around the tower's dry moat.

In Pictures: Poppies At The Tower Of London

Poppies Pour Like Blood from the Tower of London - This summer, the Tower Of London will be surrounded by a sea of crimson. This installation, conceived by artist Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper, will commemorate each and every British and Colonial fatality from World War 1 by planting 888,246 red ceramic poppies in a flowing sea around the tower's dry moat.

Cell Window: Thomas More's prison cell was the ground floor of the Bell Tower in the Tower of London, where he was imprisoned from April 1534 to July 1535. It had no glass in what served as windows and was directly above the Tower's moat, close to the Thames River. Photograph by Tommy Heyne

Cell Window: Thomas More's prison cell was the ground floor of the Bell Tower in the Tower of London, where he was imprisoned from April 1534 to July 1535. It had no glass in what served as windows and was directly above the Tower's moat, close to the Thames River. Photograph by Tommy Heyne

London.This pic brings back a most special memory of my Grandma! Miss her so!

London.This pic brings back a most special memory of my Grandma! Miss her so!

London. A new way to take a picture of a frequently photographed, well-known landmark is not take a picture of it at all.

London. A new way to take a picture of a frequently photographed, well-known landmark is not take a picture of it at all.

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