After a day of gently walking about the streets of London, I inadvertently fell asleep before posting, thus spoiling my policy of a post for every day. I have woken up in the early hours so I will put a little gallery of our morning walk without further comment.
21 thoughts on “Falling asleep at the wheel”
You did well ! I hope you soon get the rest of the sleep you obviously need.
Old age crept up on me unawares.
It can be a challenge to post daily. I took up the challenge inspired by you, although I slack off for a few weeks every winter.
All those tall buildings are enough to make one feel dizzy! I would love to swim in that pool suspended between two buildings.
I do like the beautiful old buildings, like Stockwell War memorial …however the photos of the modern buildings were really interesting. I wonder who does swim in the pool between two buildings? The last photo of the escalator was impressive, although I felt as if I was getting vertigo..!
There was a swimmer in the pool so it is used.
No problem, you surely needed the rest…. We enjoyed the beautiful pictures you made during the day.
Have a lovely weekend and many greets.
How much that part of South London has changed, loved the pictures of the power station.
Enjoyed the tour very much. Some interesting angles and reflections.
A good tour: you may not be aware that it is forbidden to take photographs on the underground
There was no one else in sight.
So I see 🙂
Love all these photos with the architectural features of modern design. It’s a bit of a change from the rolling hills of Langholm- I know which I prefer! Enjoy your visit.
A change is as good as a rest, they say.
Very different from your usual walk but still visually appealing.
That is a fine photo collection. Rest is very important, and I hope you got sufficient rest.
I like the slideshow!
The swimming pool looked a bit unnerving.
I seem to be in a bit of a muddle trying to get caught up… (as usual). It’s two steps forward, three back at times. I tripped across your response to my comment and you mentioned the unnerving pool. That reminded me of that monster-sized fish tank in some fancy hotel (I forget where) which exploded! Can you imagine? I think it was written up in the Guardian awhile back… but my memory is pretty foggy these days.
Oh! Here it is: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/dec/16/huge-cylindrical-aquarium-housing-1500-exotic-fish-bursts-in-berlin?amp
It was in the Guardian, you are quite right. It looked terrifying.