Here’s 10 cracking photographs of our fair city from the last week – experience the highs of life in the capital without leaving your living room.
Somerset House Fountains on a sunny October day. (© Chelseadebs)
A counter-cultural squabble captured in graffiti, Central London. (© Bob Tilden)
Wandsworth Bridge and the north bank of the Thames, south-west London is shrouded in dawn mist. (© Donna Rutherford)
‘So are you in, or are you out?’ – outside the Savoy Hotel, which is also the only place in London where you drive on the right. (© Chelseadebs)
Tracey Emin’s ‘You Made Me Love You’ at Frieze Art Fair. (© Nicolas de Camaret )
A car is crushed by a winged bomb near Brick Lane, east London. (© oxfordian.world)
The colourful paintwork of Neal’s Yard, near Covent Garden. (© Garry Knight)
A jogger runs along the Serpentine, Hyde Park, on a crisp autumn morning. (© dd_t_l)
A protester at Occupy London Stock Exchange loses his head for a moment. (© Ed London Photography)
Protestors with Guy Fawkes masks at the Occupy LSX demonstration. (© Ed London Photography)
The crowd gather in the heart of London’s financial district. (© Neil Cummings)
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