Moving to London last week was one of many big changes I went through lately. I had to do something to sort out my thoughts and since going out with a camera is one of the best things to relax, that’s what I did one night a few days ago.
I walked through the E14 towards the Isle of Dogs, an area mostly known for its business district: Canary Wharf – a place where some of the UK’s tallest buildings are.
Behind the office skyscrapers are residential towers.
One of the things I like about London is that they are proud of their industrial history.
It seems like a logical thing to do: the whole world looks like we know it today because of the industrial revolution, which started in the UK.
Before walking back, I went by the Thames to see the skyline of downtown, where is another of London’s business districts.
"Once I’ll take a walk through that one as well," I thought. And that gave me an idea about the name of this post. Expect more London Walks coming as an irregular series.
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