Tag Archives: Canary Wharf

A blot on the landscape?

There was a time not too long ago when St Paul’s Cathedral was the tallest building within view of the River Thames. The wonderful piece of architecture famously designed by Sir Christopher Wren, took pride of place on the riverside skyline with the steeples of nearby churches standing in deference to their big brother. Then […]

Shaun The Sheep – The Whole London Flock

After a fair few miles and in a great challenge to my awful map reading skills, not to mention a few blisters, I am now able to bring you all 50 London Shauns in a single post. Here’s looking forward to Bristol!      

Shaun The Sheep

A stray Shaun in Canary Wharf