Photo Gallery Style: London-England

A collection of some of the most beautiful "London-England" professional photographs & prints I've taken over the years. Please note there may be multiple pages of photographs so keep scrolling or look for the "Older Posts" button!

Victoria Memorial, Buckingham Palace; London, England

Victoria Memorial, Buckingham Palace; London, England

Completed in 1924, the Victoria Memorial of Buckingham Palace was built in dedication to Queen Victoria following her death; London, England

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Apple Market; London, England

Apple Market; London, England

The Covent Garden’s Apple Market was once London’s fruit and vegetable market, but today is known for it’s vendor stalls and performance acts.

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Weathering the Storm; Buckinghamshire, England

Weathering the Storm; Buckinghamshire, England

Horses weather a sudden rainstorm on Lily Farm outside of London, England; Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire, England, UK

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Gabriel’s Wharf; London, England

Gabriel's Wharf; London, England

A pier leads out of Gabriel’s Wharf for beautiful views of the colorful London night skyline; London, England, UK

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Alleyway Tunnels; London, England

Alleyway Tunnels; London, England

A man walks a shopping cart through a back alley tunnel in eastern London; England, UK

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Across the Thames; Big Ben, Parliament, London

Across the Thames; Big Ben, Parliament, London

Restoration crews work one segment at a time on the Palace of Westminster, London, England, UK

The Palace of Westminster, or Houses of Parliament, is the meeting place of the House of Commons and the House of Lords on the shores of River Thames in the City of Westminster in central London, England. Originally built in 1016, it was destroyed in the fire of 1834, only to be rebuilt between 1840-1870. It’s often best recognized by Elizabeth Tower, the iconic clock tower more affectionately referred to as “Big Ben.” The origin of the Big Ben nickname is unknown, but most commonly believed to be after the man who oversaw the bell’s installation: Sir Benjamin Hall.

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Symmetry; Greenland Docks, London, England

Symmetry; Greenland Docks, London, England

Symmetrical houses line Greenland dock in Southeast London, England, UK


Greenland Dock is the oldest wet dock of London, and formerly part of the Surrey Commercial Docks. Used now for recreational purposes, it was built in the late 1600s and had been used largely by whalers for producing oil and later for timber trade.

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