By: VEEVS HANSON - Chiswick House.  Spent a lovely afternoon on Saturday
walking around Chiswick Park, where you find Chiswick House.  Chiswick House
is among the most glorious examples of 18th century British architecture and
makes a fascinating day out in West London. The third Earl of Burlington,
who designed this noble Roman-style Palladian villa, drew inspiration from
his 'grand tours' of Italy.


 By: VEEVS HANSON - Delightful Riverside in Richmond upon Thames (Richmond)..  Welcome to London's most attractive borough, which for hundreds of years has been a favourite retreat of Royalty, the rich and the famous.
Richmond lies 15 miles southwest of central London.


By VEEVS HANSON - From the other side of the river. Cycled to Kew Gardens and took photo of Old Isleworth, where I live!  A riverside settlement from prehistoric times, Isleworth was well established by the time of the Norman Conquest in the 11th century. The earliest form of the name is Gislhaesuuyrth, meaning Gilhere's settlement. All Saints Church occupied its riverside site from the 13th century, being rebuilt in 1705 and 1970 


By VEEVS HANSON - Grungy St Paul's Cathedral. Walking to meet up a fellow Mobitoger one Saturday to photograph St Paul's Cathedral in London.

The cathedral is one of the most famous and most recognisable sights of
London, with its dome, framed by the spires of Wren's City churches,
dominating the skyline for 300 years.[4]
<'s_Cathedral>  At 365 feet (111 m)
high, it was the tallest building in London from 1710 to 1962, and its dome
is also among the highest in the world.

By VEEVS HANSON -Houses of Parliament. The Palace of Westminster, also known as the Houses of Parliament or Westminster Palace, is the meetingplace of the two houses of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.

<> -the House
of Lords <>  and the House of
<> . It
lies on the north bank of the River Thames

By VEEVS HANSON - Houses of Parliament 


By VEEVS HANSON -Looking out to Richmond Bridge. Took photo on Richmond Riverside where there are always lots of geese and ducks and boats!


By VEEVS HANSON - Overlooking Westminster. Took photo from the South bank - beautiful views of Westminster, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben.


By VEEVS HANSON -Summertime -  Took photo from Richmond Bridge over the

Thames with lovely views of Richmond.  Richmond Bridge is an 18th-century
stone arch bridge <>  in south
west London, England, which was designed by James Paine
<>  and Kenton Couse
<> , and which crosses the River
Thames <>  at Richmond
<,_London> , connecting the two halves
of the present-dayLondon Borough of Richmond upon Thames
<> .

By VEES HANSON -The London Eye -  The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel <>  situated on the banks of the River Thames <> , in London

<> , England
<> . The entire structure is 135 metres
(443 ft) tall and the wheel has a diameter of 120 metres (394 ft).

By Allan Mullan -  Little Venice. - This is a canal that runs close to home that is quite nice, gets rather busy in the summer - there are some amazing boats.


By Allan Mullan - Sheldon Square -  Another not too far from home, this was a panorama cropped and some subtle editing gone on. Nice place to think.


By Allan Mullan - Virginia Waters - Shot from the 4S with SlowShutter app - amazing little waterfall just south of London in a park called Virginia Waters.


By Veevs Hanson - Big Ben 

Big Ben is the nickname for the great bell

<>  of the clock
<>  at the north end of the Palace of
Westminster <>  in London
<> ,[1]
<>  and is generally extended to refer
to the clock or the clock tower <>
as well.[2] <>  It is the largest
four-faced chiming <>
clock and the third-tallest free-standing clock tower in the world.[3]
<>  It celebrated its 150th anniversary
on 31 May 2009,[4] <>  during which
celebratory events took place.[5] <> [6]
<>  The erecting of the tower was
completed on 10 April 1858. The clock tower has become one of the most
prominent symbols of both London and England, often in the establishing shot
<>  of films set in the city.



By Jemma Wall - Buckingham Palace minus Royals kissing on the balcony 


By Jemma Wall - Saint Stephen's Tower AKA Big Ben


By Jemma Wall - Saint Stephen's Tower AKA Big Ben


By Jemma Wall - Memorial, Kensington Gardens


 By Jemma Wall - The London Eye hidden behind a fairground ride


By Jemma Wall - The Albert Memorial, Kensington Gardens


By Veevs Hanson -  

Syon House Great  Convervatory by Veevs Hanson - The crowning glory of Syon
Park's gardens is the Great Conservatory. The 3rd Duke of Northumberland
commissioned Charles Fowler to build a new conservatory in 1826, the first
of its kind to be built out of gunmetal, Bath stone and glass. It was
originally designed to act as a show house for the Duke's exotic plants and
inspired Joseph Paxton in his designs for the Crystal Palace.


By Cara Gallardo Weil - Borough Market


By Cara Gallardo Weil - Millennium Bridge


By Cara Gallardo Weil - St Pauls


By Cara Gallardo Weil - The Gherkin