After a quick trip to London yesterday, I took advantage of a free few hours and some beautiful clear skies to take a walk along the south bank of the Thames. Despite living in London for 10 years I only took a handful of photos of the city, so when now I visit I try to make up for it. One of my favourite walks in the capital, the route along the river from London Bridge to Waterloo takes you within sight of some of London’s most famous landmarks along the South Bank – like Tower Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral, Tate Modern, Millennium Bridge, London Eye and the Houses of Parliament. The light faded as I walked, turning the sky from pale to a deep navy blue, and the city’s lights came to life, illuminating streets and buildings. Commuters rushed by as I dawdled on the path, taking photos until my hands went numb in the cold.