No long rambling thoughts, just a long ramble through South London to stop me sitting at the computer and doing the work I should be doing.
Herewith – some photos:
Greenwich foot tunnel – photos of which are officially not allowed any more
A sad forlorn Fozzie Bear abandoned probably by a child being dragged across a busy road – see Londonist for more lost bears
Severndroog Castle – a folly built in 1784 to commemorate Commodore Sir William James who, in April 1755, attacked and destroyed the island fortress of Suvarnadurg (then rendered in English: Severndroog) on the western coast of India.
Other photos – here, here and here
Plumstead Common offers these views over East London. Not particularly scenic, but the scale of the view is impressive.
Each photo is geotagged on a map if you want to know where they were taken from – just click on the photo then the “map” link on the side menu on the Flickr website.