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This is it! I've given up work -retired from the rat race and am about to start on a 10 year adventure, doing all those things I've been meaning to do but never had the time to do them. I've offloaded my responsibilities and it is now my time. So follow my adventures and see whether I actually manage anything!



Thursday, 10 July 2014

Reflections of St Paul's


Everywhere I looked today there were reflections of St Paul's Cathedral.



 Sharing with James at Weekend Reflections

21 comments:

  1. These are, well, "fun"! :-) Just watched a PBS special on St. Paul's last night.

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  2. These are some super reflection shots!

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  3. What a blue sky day you had there. Very neat photos too!

    How's the grand baby? We learned that ours is cutting a tooth at 5 mo! Not a happy camper as it tries to break through. We'll get to see her in a month. Can't wait.

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  4. Wow! These are so, so cool, Thanks for showing them to me. :-)

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  5. Nice photos of my favourite cathedral.

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  6. It's caputerd you I think.
    Good luck with your bucket list.
    I will turn 70 this year and
    my 60's were awesome. xo Jenny

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  7. It's a very dominant building and you caught its reflections well. I said to my partner as we walked from Charing Cross to Covent Garden, we will slightly divert to go past St Pauls but we didn't see a grand cathedral. Ok, I have learnt the distinction between churches and cathedrals.

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  8. And a couple of reflections of you as well I can see.

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  9. I think it is following you......I. Know I have been!

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  10. :O)

    Seeing the world through a rectangle gives us a perspective humans can't appreciate (wink)

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  11. These are all fantastic reflections.

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  12. Impressive! Wonderful reflections of a great building.

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  13. Really fantastic reflections of St. Paul's

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  14. Wonderful shots! I think the bottom photo is the window of Boots at One New Change. :-)

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  15. Those are cool, love the ones in the mirrors.

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  16. Beautiful blue skies in London and beautiful reflections of St. Paul's.

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  17. Great reflections and what a treat that the weather was so accommodating

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  18. The grand old lady has many beautiful echoes in this post. Stunning.

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  19. tres reussi surtout a la sculture devant en plus,bravo !

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  20. What an excellent and creative idea !

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  21. It's a beautiful building with a wonderful history and we loved visiting it. And you couldn't see it too often as far as I'm concerned ... lovely to 'find' it everywhere you look

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