A Hero’s Welcome Central London was at a stand still today. 800 TeamGB Olympians and Paralympians on 21 floats received a hero’s welcome. I managed to grab a good vantage point near Charing Cross and snapped a few photos, and I put together videos clips that were taken.
I was lucky enough to get a ticket for the Olympic women’s volleyball event for £45. This gives me a chance to support Team GB – in the historic Earl’s Court exhibition centre in West London. Along the way approaching the venue was a barricaded street soaked with a joyful party atmosphere on a sunny Friday afternoon. […]
After a few poor quality photos that I have taken at the men’s cycling road race finishing line, grabbing my camera once again on the following day, I occupied a good spot along Fulham Road – adjacent to a roadside barrier outside of Fulham Broadway tube station. The weather was not at its finest, but the intermittent showers did […]
Uxbridge Road in Shepherds Bush made it into Olympic history book today. On the penultimate, 69th day of the London 2012 Olympic torch relay, with torch bearer Sophie Papps changed over to Oyinkansola Towry-Cokerrelay; and the convoy passed by effortlessly via Bloemfontein Road into Uxbridge Road under a hot, 28C summer sun. A good local crowd turned up […]
It was a beautiful sunny weekend, a good friend of mine invited me to spend a day-out in Greenwich. We went to the National Maritime Museum, Sir Christopher Wren’s Old Royal Naval College, after a long stroll uphill (without the need of oxygen masks) we reached the Royal Observatory. Unfortunately to visit the Meridian Line is now a […]
Some great photos from the British Museum. An excellent piece of free software called Hugin http://hugin.sourceforge.net/ helped me to stitch some of the photos together to produce panoramic views.