The view from the South Bank.
Crossing the Millennium Bridge to St Paul's.
Wow very nice!!! Thanks for sharing! Enjoy your Saturday Talli!!
Thank you for the virtual trip to London this morning. I feel the travel bug stirring in me. Happy weekend to you.
It is beautiful! So you aren't expected to get any effects from the ash? I wondered about that. You should have some beautiful sunsets, right?
Nice pics. Enjoy your weekend!
Have a great weekend, everyone! Mary, some of the ash is falling across the UK but none in London right now. We're meant to have some great sunsets but I haven't seen any yet. Apparently in Scotland they've had some nice ones. I'm just enjoying the silence for now!
St. Paul's always reminds me of Princess Diana, God bless her!
Happy Saturday to you! Love the pictures. The one place I wouldn't mind being grounded because of volcanic ash is London.
Very nice pictures. I really like the bridge shot. Thanks for sharing. I hope to be behind the lens in London too one day. But in the mean time it is a blessing to experience through yours.
Neat pictures! I hope you don't need to take a plane anywhere soon!
I shall stare at these pictures for some time. I love London!
Beautiful pictures, Talli! I lived in London, and it is one of my favorite places on earth. Thanks for taking me back.
Very cool pictures. How interesting about the ash. I'd love to go to London one day...
Beautiful! Enjoy the lovely weekend, Talli!
Gorgeous day isn't it?!?!And I have to say that the best thing about this ash business is that the trains that I normally get into London and home were empty-ish!! As mine normally connects from and to Stansted Airport.Me and my neighbour spent the morning looking up at the blue skies - we were talking about the ash and by some osmosis stood looking up for about 10 mintes saying "nah, can't see it myself, can you?" How silly was that?!?!!?Anyway!! Great snaps of the millenium bridge and st paul's - and the thames is always a beautiful sight. Actually today would have been great to visit Kew - the plane sounds always spoil it for me! Take carex
I used to live in London. I can imagine what it's like to have quiet skies, just for once. That's one of the reasons we moved away.
Oh, how pretty! London is on my list of "visit before you die" cities. :D Thanks for the pics!
Thank you for the beautiful photos. Whenever I see a spacious auzure sky, my souls stirs as if I'm looking into the infinite heart of God.Have a healing weekend. Come drop by my blog. You're always welcome. Pull up a cyber chair and chat. Roland
I'm totally going to the UK someday. This is beautiful.
Great photos - enjoy a terrific weekend :)
Happy weekend everyone! It is SO strange to see the empty skies. I live in West London and there are always planes passing overheard to Heathrow - except for the past few days. It's quite nice, actually.
very nice! You just inspired me to go outside.
Happy Saturday. I know what you mean by it being strange to see no planes. My cousin was due to fly on holiday tomorrow but his flight been cancelled cause of the ash cloud:( But oh well, it has been a gorgeous day.
Lovely! Ash? What volcanic ash? I don't SEE any volcanic ash. The skies empty of planes is a strange and beautiful thing. It happened here after 9/11. I perfer the ash.
I have one friend grounded in the US and another in Egypt, neither of which can get home because of that ash. Who would have thought it?? What a strange occurrence. But your photos are gorgeous. That's such a great view of St. Paul's.
I love the second piccie.The main thing I noticed about UK skies last time I was there was how munch jet vapour trails dominated on a clear day.
I want to go to London! Can you hear me whining?
Hi Talli, lovey pics.It's very quite here in Ireland too, no planes.But a sad side effect is that a lot of dads have gone to work in London because of the recession here and they normally fly back Friday nights.So hope it gets back to normal soon.
Coffee and wine for all!