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Architecture in London

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I recently had to join in on capturing one of London’s cutest and perhaps most photographed courtyards in the city. Pictures of this amazing place have been posted hundreds of times over, but I too wanted to share my take on this beautiful space.

This gorgeous little courtyard is neatly tucked away in a side street in one of London’s trendy locations, Covent Garden. Neal’s Yard is home to health and wellness shops, coffee shops and restaurants. It was my first visit and I was slightly shocked as to how tiny the yard was.

However, it is definitely one of those quirky and picturesque places that you visit while roaming around London 🙂

I originally planned on staying for quite some time at Neal’s Yard but because of the size of the area, and how packed it was with both locals and tourists alike, I was out of there in a flash.

Next stop was to see the kings cross station’s concourse in central London and St Pancras station next door.

The concourse at Kings Cross is simply a masterpiece to photograph. I’ll just let the stunning work speak for itself.

This was by far and absolute dream to photograph.

It was then time to take in some victorian styled engineering at the St Pancras station, a stones throw away from King Cross station. It’s definitely one of the most elegant stations I’ve ever seen.

St Pancras station is home to an underlying romantic style both exterior and interior with a dash of a  modern twist to it.

If you’re ever in London and consider roaming around for some magnificent architecture, this should definitely be on your list 🙂

I hope you enjoyed this post and thank you for stopping by.

Peace and love,

 

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Author: Sóla Snapshot

Photographer and blogger - Street | Architecture | Travel My photographic adventures, whether close to home or far away. Lover of good food, dogs (even though I don't have one yet), orangutangs and travelling the world.

4 thoughts on “Architecture in London

  1. Love the colours of Covent garden or is that the filter?

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  2. Beautiful view. I’d love to visit them someday.

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