The Shard dominates the south bank between Tower Bridge and Southwark Bridge. Whatever other feelings it may inspire it is also useful if, like me, you like to learn an area by getting thoroughly lost in it, and then need to find your way back.
In it shadows you can find odd moments like this where any number of interpretations of angular shapes collide. This is in the little cut through from the north end of Borough Market to Hays Galleria. The Shard is of course ever present.
With this handy reference point I have started to learn my way around Bermondsey. Perhaps not something a Finchley boy should admit to.
Back on the civilised side of the river and looking back at the Mayoral Folly, More London Place, and it.
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Landmarks have their uses, we may even grow fond of it!
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Nowt wrong with Bermondsey – as another Finchley boy I can tell you there’s good photo op’s down there 🙂 Anyway – good one for the challenge. Now what are we going to do about that coffee 😉
Costa opposite Tesco, or i can treat you to a Monmouth coffee if you venture to the southbank.
Hi Ali, sorry for taking so long to respond. I think Costa opposite Tesco is going to be easiest at the moment.
If you drop me a line through my facebook page we should be able to maintain security of email addresses and coordinate a time. (the stats show I have bots crawling all over my blog)
Sorry Ali – I don’t go near Facebook these days – stopped using it due to all the people pestering to play games. Go to my copyright notice page and send me a use of content request and I’ll respond to the email from there 🙂