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26 inspiring photos of London from Luke Miller

Written by
Guy Parsons

Luke Miller is a north London photographer with an inspiring eye for London's cityscape. The sights may be recognisable enough, but by capturing the city during the hours around sunset, he breathes new life into a familiar skyline, with warm pools of golden light and cool blue shadows. It's enough to make you want to wrap up warm and go for a wander.

Let no obstacle stand in your way:

See the view from Greenwich Park, south-east London:

Or Richmond Park, south-west:

Or Hampstead Heath, north London:

Maybe you'll spot a rainbow over the Shard:

Where you can catch the sunset from the seventy-third floor:

While crowds bustle in Covent Garden:

Find respite on the Parkland Walk:

Dive beneath St. Pancras:

Walk on the Thames foreshore:

Or stroll the South Bank:

(Perfect for a cuddle.)

Or a splash in the fountains:

When the sun goes down...

There are new views to muse on:

So wrap up that meeting:

Leave the office:

And go for a wander through Bankside:

See what you can see:

Walk by the water:

By the light of the moon:

Until things line up just so:

In the halls of St. Paul's...

Or the British Museum

The new keeps on meeting the old:

So keep on exploring!

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