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Exploring One of London's Oldest Neighborhoods

Compared to New York, Tokyo or Los Angeles, London is a small metropolitan. But within its city limits are several neighborhoods—a just little over 40, in fact—and each of them possesses a plethora of sights and diversions that could easily fill up your day of exploration. 1,245 more words

Wander

Architectural follies (pt 286)

The Paddington Pole may be history, but there’s another monstrosity on the way. Simon Jenkins uncovers a new threat to the London skyline.

Eager to dress it up as “art”, Piano is quoted in the Architects’ Journal mouthing the usual architect’s tosh: about it being “a clear floating cube levitating above the ground … obsessed with lightness … defying the laws of gravity … crystalline, like a fine lace of steel and glass”.

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Two Shots, One Picture #7

Differing shots of St. Paul’s Cathedral, while one has a white background, the other has a pale yellow one. Both came out alright though.

Images/Pictures

Spiritual Marvels of Melbourne

Have a little faith, this post is not focused on any religion. Instead, the post is a visual tour of some of Melbourne’s most architecturally acclaimed churches.  517 more words

Architecture

Memories in Melbourne: Part IV

Feeling a little bit chirpy on this Thursday evening which is keeping me motivated to write day four of Hayden and Shanelles’ adventures in Melbourne. … 321 more words

Australia