Ah, beautiful London. Even the dingy bits can look elegant – from the right angle. Each week, we’ll bring you a selection of the coolest photos of our fair city. It’s a visual feast.
Rays of sunlight burst through the clouds above the Tate Modern, on last Monday afternoon. (© ordinaryguy)
The London Tattoo Convention was held last weekend – and this was just one of the many eye-popping tattoos on display. (© edlondonphotography)
The Gherkin & Tower 42 disappeared into fog on Tuesday morning. (© @lurkinggherkin)
When the fog cleared, we caught a glimpse of this chap (or lady, perhaps?) enjoying the view while performing some vertiginous window cleaning. (© @TobyAnthonisz)
An inflatable pig hovered over Battersea Power station on Wednesday, recreating Pink Floyd’s ‘Animals’ album cover. (© Mattbooy)
And some 700 runners clad in Gorilla costumes ran through London to raise money for – you guessed it – gorillas.
In Lambeth, cycling commuters can behold some sick kickflips and rad ollies enroute to work. If they’re lucky. (© Paolatonelli)
Meanwhile, Richmond Park was shrouded in thick mist. (© Duncan George)
By lunchtime, a surprise heatwave was well underway, and in Lincoln’s Inn Fields sunbathers were catching some rays. (© Smanfa)
And by dusk, there still wasn’t a cloud in the sky over Parliament Hill. (© Moymoyzai)
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