I stood tall taking in some of the most stunning views of the city of London and the River Thames. Even though the climb to the top of Greenwich Park was quite steep, it was definitely worth it.
These images were taken outside the Royal Observatory which is home to the historic prime meridian of the world. This divides both the eastern and western hemispheres….what we know as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
From this location you can see London’s famous views of the towers of Canary Wharf (one of the city’s main financial districts), the Cheese Grater, the Gherkin and other historic buildings.
From the top of this hill you’ll surely be treated to some fantastic views, so don’t forget your camera!
Peace and love,