Sunday, 10 June 2007

View From London's City Hall

Had the pleasure of doing a workshop for Stonewall yesterday, the gay, lesbian and bi-sexual lobbying group and the event took place on the roof of London's City Hall.

Took the oppotunity to take a few snaps of the stunning views across the city, made me feel very grateful to call London my home town and be part of one of the greatest cities in the world; maybe even better than New York as the sun came streaming down.

11 comments:

  1. Great pictures there. I loved being in London in February - absolutely loved it, more than I thought I would. I really must get there again and do some serious sightseeing, art gallerying and I have to get to Highgate cemetery someday before I die!

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  2. Hey! I think I saw you naked in a Kohler commercial, yes? The one featuring a suspiciously tall "Contractor."

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  3. Jess: yes, that is me, glad you spotted it!

    Anon Coward: when you're trying to leave impotent insults please make sure you do so without hiding behind a silly name but your email and stop being an asshat.

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  4. Nice shots mate from a good vantage point,I need to get some shots of Hood Town from a high perspective.

    Enjoy your new shower.

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  5. re: advert. your own american accent or a bit of nifty dubbing? and why don't people want our nice notts accent?
    i think i spotted you in a strongbow add too?

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  6. Rich: Strongbow is a yes and the accent is my own but it's actually Notts Rich, not American!

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  7. wierd. it sounded american? maybe i've been in the smoke too long? or maybe i need to turn the volume up?

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  8. the kohler one that jessica links to, above.

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  9. That one was dubbed, there are a few in circulation in the States depending upon the market.

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