under glass, or perspex, of the London Eye.
The view through the roof of our gondola.
Some ‘jewels’ on a foggy morning.
Back in the day, the term ‘crown jewels’
had a slightly different meaning.
Let’s just say the wearer of this suit of armour
was having his ‘crown jewels’ well protected.
Perhaps even…boasting..a lot.
Finishing on a serious note.
This jewellery was ready for sale
at the Arras Sunday market.
Windows of Europe feature this week.
Tower of London windows.
More blue windows in
Germany’s Rhineland district.
Brown in Brugge.
Attractive Windows in Arras.
also in Arras.
Black and White Challenge:
The Kings Cross Station Roof in London,
which looks much better in colour.
Not sure what the building is but included this
because of the Captain James Cook ferry
on the River Ouse.
I think my first photo will…
indicated which country…
and city we are in this week.
I have been wanting to use this image for a while.
Over $AUD3.00 to sit down for an hour!?
And yet there must have been 50 or more
deck chairs just waiting for a sitter.
Or maybe the empty ones belong to those Londoners
who purchased a Season Ticket for just under $AUD180.00.
Bright red London bicycles.
And finally the London Eye, just on dusk.