Continuing on the London theme,
View from the Millennium Bridge (yesterdays blog) towards Tower Bridge, with quite an interesting and changing skyline and the dominating Shard on the right. There were cranes everywhere as we continued our walk to Guys.
This is the river walk opposite London Bridge, looking across the river you can see a new tower block going up. (see the square block with the red crane, this is how the Shard started). Notice the Gherkin which 12 years ago when I had the first operation, I remember looking out of the window and it dominated the skyline it is now being swallowed up with taller buildings.
As we approached Guys and I was photographing the Shard, Sue pointed up to the door high in the air on the side of Guys Hospital building. Take a note of the sign on the door and look below..................
Got it!!, we thought this shot was priceless, still if you did open the doors you would be in the right place for treatment. These doors used to be joined to the Station before the alterations were made.
After my consultation we then wandered along the river towards Tower Bridge.
This is HMS Belfast which was in the news last year after the gangway collapsed. It has had a make over and is to be opened again to the public again later in the year.
Last one tonight is good old Tower Bridge with the sun still shining at about 5pm.
One more blog of London to come tomorrow.
Thanks for looking.
nite nite, luv Mike XX