Saturday, 5 December 2009

London by night (1)



Last night I was so engrossed in my book that I missed the bus stops at Cemetery Lane and Erwood Road - the next thing I knew I was in Woolwich at John Wilson Street. Just what I needed on a wet Friday night! I did get this very dramatic shot of the tower on the Town Hall.

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