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I love London. The photos of Royal Albert Hall and Hyde Park bring back fond memories of when my Dad and step-mom were living there in the late 70s. They lived a couple of blocks from Albert Hall in the embassy area. I wore blisters on my feet walking many miles through the city. I pretty much saw everything there was to see at the time. I haven't been back but will some day.
Great thread...I really liked all your photos of newer areas. I have to disagree with GaborFrankl... to me the heterogeneity of London's core is one of its most attractive aspects. Paris and Rome are fantastic cities but the greater homogeneity of the architecture and streetscapes can be a little tiring. In London I felt like every time I turned the corner there was something new to discover.
Magnificent photos, really amazing. The subject matter definitely helps -- London is certainly one of my favorite cities -- but your photography really makes this one of the best photo threads I can remember. Thanks for sharing these.
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