At a loose end in London, Lukaaus (my little brother) and I decided to walk from Lomo to Lomo, via pretty much anywhere we fancied! As we weaved our way east, we captured some famous and unusual shots. Enjoy!
We begin our journey at a famous landmark, Picadilly Circus, where the buzz of the tourist is as loud as the London traffic. We set off up Regent Street towards the Lomography Store, on arrival we picked up a few Analogue Prophecies hoping to shoot a few on the way.
Weaving our way through the back streets of Soho to Covent Garden, we admired the architecture and stopped for a snack at the Lowlander . From here, we turned from East to South, towards the river for some fresh air, the perfect way to walk off a big lunch.
We were then in the square mile, the heart of the city, with a landmark on every corner. St Pauls Cathedral, the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and St Katharines Dock came and went. A Lomographic treat with every step!
Heading North up Dock Street we were on the final leg of our whistlestop tour of London. A short walk to Old Spitalfields Market and the Lomo East Store. An urban safari to be proud of!