In February of 2005 Ursula and I visited our daughter, son-in-law, and bouncing new granddaughter in England. But before we headed north out of London Ursula and I decided to do the tourist thing. This was with my first digital camera, a now positively ancient Sony F707 which was pretty state-of-the-art for the time.
One of the stops was across the river from James Bond’s office at the SIS (a.k.a., MI6) Building. A passerby jokingly (I hope) stopped and told me that I shouldn’t be taking a picture of this edifice:
We also strolled by the London Eye, of course. No, I didn’t get on. I don’t do heights:
And it goes without saying that no trip to London is complete without a photo of Big Ben (now officially Elizabeth Tour), the Palace of Westminster (a.k.a., the Parliament building), and Westminster Bridge:
Another picture-worthy span is Vauxhall Bridge:
As is Lambeth Bridge:
Of course I probably could have gotten even better photos if only I had sprung for a Thames River tour: