The London Picture Project from London-based travel photographer Alan Copson

Posts Tagged ‘Cathedrals’
London’s ever-changing skyline
London's ever-changing skyline

From a photographer’s point of view, it’s always exciting when a new building is completed. This time, the excitement is tinged by a little sadness, as the new Cheese Grater (on the right, otherwise known by its nickname, The Leadenhall Building) now obscures the wonderful outline of the Gherkin from this angle. This and more […]

St Paul’s and The City
St Paul's and The City

I’m sure I could come up with some clich├ęd words about dark clouds hanging over The City, but I shall resist the temptation! NEW! Now available as Prints or Posters at

St. Paul’s Cathedral
St. Paul's Cathedral

… not just a big dome! This wonderful portico with the chequerboard floor is on the west side of the cathedral, looking out over Queen Anne’s Statue and Ludgate Hill. NEW! St. Paul’s Cathedral pictures now available as Posters and Canvas Prints at

Thames Sunrise II
Thames Sunrise II

An early commuter strolls across the Millennium Bridge towards St. Paul’s Cathedral. This image is now available at our site in two versions, here and here.

Thames Sunrise I
Thames Sunrise I

It was a cold morning, but the light on St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Millennium Bridge was beautiful. NEW! Millennium Bridge pictures available as Prints and Posters at