I thought that said 'no mooning!' titter titter pnar pnar xx
A good route for one with a good eye . . .
Wow, these photos totally shattered the romantic ideas I conjured up surrounding the Thames. It gets a bit industrial around there doesn't it? At least you get to walk near water. There's a plus.
You got some interesting shots their Lettie.We 'sailed' up the Thames last summer but didn't see any of that. Maybe we weren't looking!
Oh I love industrial bits of The Thames myself...Cool pics :O)x
Dennis says thank you for all the pictures to look at--the dangerous structure no mooring was funny. Dennis looks forward to seeing you soon.
Have you noticed the winking face in that first photo? Love it!What a great way to go to work!Sue
what a great photo essay! I'd like to take that route to work!
The happy white glove makes everything OK, says I...
That first shot is interesting: appears to be two hooded monks.Doesn't look to be any places to swim in the area. Where does one go to swim?Great photos to peruse, thanks.
Love that bird (is it a cormorant think thats how you spell its breed), it really has got the best view. Just popped by to see how your doing, will pop back again once I start posting again. Till then take care and enjoy your hols..
interesting route - was that the bird's nest?
Thanks for the fab pics, Lettuce xxxx~(:o})=
i love the top one, and the azco building(green about your trip....)
Fab pictures.I love London!
What a lovely suprise to visit your blog and see these photo's, I love walking along the Thames.Hope all is well for you.Penny.x
If you are going to see Dennis, please give Ched and Edward a chintickle from me, I'd do it myself but I'm too busy right now... plus I don't know where they live.
Ha! I thought the sign said "No Mooning"!
Wow, lovin' the half-drowned shopping cart and the three lopsided mooring posts...suhweet, hope you're having fun with Dennis, Ched, and Eddie!
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