Greenwich Peninsula, London

Another portion of ‘lazy’ iPhone X photography from Greenwich Peninsula in London. Starting at the North Greenwich station, past the O2, along the Thames, across the retail park – the least attractive part – and then through the gentrified area and uphill towards the famous London panorama. The Greenwich Park is vast and pleasant. I didn’t book the online tickets and was turned away from the Royal Obserwatory…too bad.

Compared to the buzz of central London, Greenwich is almost peaceful. I was extremely thirsty having walked for over an hour in a hot weather, and the nearest shop was M&S Food…I’ll tell you a little secret: they sell cheap (!) soft drinks like this one https://www.ocado.com/products/m-s-lemonade-514787011 but they’re hidden away at the back of the shop. There was a street food market next to Cutty Sark, but it was too hot for me for such food and it was overpriced anyway.

2 thoughts on “Greenwich Peninsula, London

  1. shazza July 13, 2021 / 08:41

    Beautiful photos. Especially the city in the background with the pink flowers in the forground. I think the flowers maybe Red Valerian. Stunning!

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    • Kat July 13, 2021 / 13:14

      Thank you, the flowers certainly add interest to the composition ­čÖé

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