Travel Photo of the Day (November 11)

London has a great mixture of old and new buildings. Here’s the Gherkin and the church St Andrew Undershaft.

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28 Responses to Travel Photo of the Day (November 11)

  1. vinnieh says:

    Great photo as always.

  2. bocafrau says:

    Wow. That looks interesting and shiny!!! 🙂

  3. nrlymrtl says:

    I won’t be offensive, but the immature teen in me really wants to make some lewd comments. hehe

  4. love the juxtaposition of old and new

  5. zelmare says:

    Great shot to capture old and new. The Gherkin is quite a striking building, but once again, I still love the old places more. 🙂

  6. Oooh, I remember seeing the gherkin! It’s so cool 😃.

  7. Valentina says:

    It’s taking me a long time to accept all these glass buildings we are seeing around the world. Your photo has a perfect message.

  8. restlessjo says:

    Nice one. You’ll be up the Shard next!

  9. scrapydo says:

    Interesting photo of the new and the old

  10. Carl V. says:

    I LOVE that shot! It looks like a big retro 50’s rocketship has landed in London. Very nice composition.

  11. Geoff W says:

    I remember my first trip to London – I was obsessed with that building for some reason. Every picture I took some how had it in it. It was so strange!

  12. Haha! This totally looks like a gherkin. I love gherkins. With crumbly cheddar. Nom!

  13. Northern Narratives says:

    What an interesting photo. It looks like the new is growing out of the old buildings.

  14. Lynne Ayers says:

    Very interesting shot of the new and the old but i have to say, i really don’t like that bullet – it just stands out too much in the London skyline.

  15. pattisj says:

    The Gherkin? Now that is unique!

  16. Fergiemoto says:

    Wow, what an interesting merging of old and new! Great shot!

  17. What a contrast…great shot!

  18. lynnsbooks says:

    Yep, it truly looks like somebody has pulled up a huge gherkin shaped tardis. Dr Who is in the house! LOL
    Lynn 😀

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