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This is great….There is so much going on in this photo.
Thank you. It is funny because I am from Manchester originally so I thought I was used to City life but I have lived by the coast for a few years now. I went to London for the first time since I was a kid and the business and vibrancy of the place was brilliant and made me realise I really am such a bumpkin these days. I did love this scene though.
Captured the vibrance and energy very nicely.
It took me a long time to realise that ‘London’ is simply a word to describe many dozens of wee villages, towns, and hamlets that eventually overflowed into each other. Which is possibly why the place never seems as big as it is. Was that a bike race, or event of some kind—or just a bunch taking off on a green light?
No, the place is just full of bikes. They were just at the lights when I took this shot. 🙂
Outside London Bridge tube, looking south down Borough High St?
Gosh now I wouldn’t know. I was just there for the weekend. 🙂
I replied the same, I just saw your comment.
Beautiful shot, Jo. More room for cyclists! 🚲 🚲
Thank you Stefano, and there should always be more room for cyclists.
That’s London Bridge isn’t it? the Bridge being where the trains go over? Borough Market off to the right?
I was driving through and was stopped at the lights when I shot this and honestly I didn’t know one place from the other Moi, we were just hoofing it really. I am glad that people know where it is though, that kind of puts more of a story onto it. 🙂
:), yeah that is def the place. to the right of that, down some stairs is an excellent (albeit expensive) market called Borough Market, well worth a visit.
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Love all of the cyclists in this photo. Nice capture.
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