Panoramas by John Michael Leslie

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Camden Lock Market - Bronze Horses in the Stables Market

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Technically this is probably as far as I'm going, and I may not go this far again for a while, if ever. Anyway here you go for Christmas, 32 images...

Nelson's Column, Trafalgar Square and Admiralty Arch in London on a summer's day

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This is pretty packed with stuff to find. You can see Nelson's Column, Trafalgar Square with the famous Lions and Fountains, at the far side of the...

Greenwich free Foot Tunnel under the River Thames

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This is here mainly as I have now referred to it in three other panoramas (the Cutty Sark one and the two at the Old Greenwich Naval College) where...

Old Royal Naval College Greenwich, London, UK - View from near the River Thames

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The Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, London is a World Heritage Site and is, according to UNESCO, the “finest and most dramatically sited...

Hungerford Bridge over the River Thames, view upstream at a quiet moment

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Hungerford Bridge in Central London was (and still is) a Railway Bridge, but has had Foot Bridges added on both sides, giving a choice of view as...

Hungerford Bridge over the River Thames, view upstream at a busy moment

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Hungerford Bridge in Central London was (and still is) a Railway Bridge, but has had Foot Bridges added on both sides, giving a choice of view as...

South Bank of the River Thames beside Tower Bridge and across from the Tower of London

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This is the third in a serial of Panoramas centred around Tower Bridge during May 2013. This one is on the South Bank and along from the London...

The City of London, between Lloyds and the Gherkin

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The Heart of the City of London, with the Lloyds of London building standing out the most (the one with all the steel and pipes) and looking around...

Waterloo Bridge, London, plus many sights including the London Eye, Cleopatra's Needle, St Pauls, The Royal Festival Hall and Westminster

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There's a lot to see in this, in almost every direction, I'm almost afraid to start listing it... Upstream there is the London Eye, Hungerford...

George Michael Memorial Garden in Highgate, London

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I'd never been to Highgate (which is well-named as it's impressively high to walk up to) until very recently, where I found this memorial garden to...

Victoria and Albert Museum London, the Garden

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The V&A is the World's largest museum for decorative art and design, with over 4.5 million objects (not all of which are on display at any one...

Millennium Bridge, London

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The Millennium Bridge crosses the River Thames between St. Paul's Cathedral and the Tate Modern Art Museum. Looking around many sites can be seen,...

Chapter House, Westminster Abbey, London

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(From English Heritage) Built by the royal masons in 1250, the Chapter House of Westminster Abbey was originally used in the 13th century by...

Carnaby Street, London

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Well, it might be nothing like as trendy as it was in the Sixties, but Carnaby Street still packs in the crowds. Don't forget to look up, and also...

Koyoto Garden view #2, Holland Park, London

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This is my second panorama of the Koyoto Japanese Garden in Holland Park and I went for a different look this time around. There are some big Coy...

Dutch Garden, Holland Park, London

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Of the three areas of Holland Park that I have so far shot Panoramas in (see also my two panoramas of the Koyoto Japanese Garden, plus one of the...

Ice House and Mural, Holland Park, London

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As I was exploring Holland Park I found many wonderful spaces. Following on from the Koyoto Garden Panorama I published earlier, here you can see...

St. Giles Church, Ickenham

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This is my local Church is West London. When I was young I was told some parts of the entrance to the Church dated back to Saxon times (i.e. years...

Kyoto Japanese Garden, Holland Park, London

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I'd walked past Holland Park so many times but had never been in, then I saw an article in the Evening Newspaper on Bike rides in London that...

Brompton Cemetery, London, #3

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I think this is the most photogenic of the private Mausoleums, although there are several other good candidates. Note it's quite hard to shoot...

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