Tuesday, August 2, 2011

London Calling

Trench coat and capri pants, J.Crew. Sweater, Tommy. Sandals, Nine West. Bag, Ann Taylor.

As I mentioned a few posts ago, London was cold and rainy (I would have been disappointed had it not been). It was also excessively misty, which unfortunately resulted in one blurred photograph after another. Buildings didn't suffer as much as people, subject-wise, so I hope you'll still enjoy my meek efforts in photo-journalism.

12 comments:

Jo said...

Gorgeous photos! I think you captured London beautifully. Love your London Eye photo, too.

metaghost said...

I hope you were able to take advantage of my exquisitely rendered tour guide.

Amber Blue Bird said...

I enjoyed your photos very much. Bummer about the weather but I guess that was to be expected.

Melissa said...

These are great pictures, you did a fantastic job!

I really love that trench, by the way!

rlutz said...

Lovely photos...London is my favorite place and looking at your photos made me so happy!!

Lori's Wardrobe said...

Hi
Thanks for stopping by my blog and your lovely comments. I too had a trip to London in February and entitled my post London Calling.
http://loriswardrobeblog.blogspot.com/2011/02/day-26-london-calling.html
As I live in Edinburgh I am more than used to poor weather. Your photos are lovely and you visited all the sights I did.
love
Lori xo

Ashley/ MILK TEETHS said...

I was in London in May and these photos are making me a little nostalgic :*)

Natalie said...

Awww, great photos my Sweet! I love London. I'm so dreaming of a holiday right now! OXO Nat

Elyse said...

London!!! These are great photos! I can't wait until I can afford to go there! :)

Emily said...

So jealous! Looks like you had a great time and similar weather to what we had here.

Penny said...

ah you were in London? I hope the weather was ok for you to visit!I am so tired of this mad weather- raining one day then sunny the next and so on!

fizzydrank said...

beautiful photos, despite the weather! I think it's better with the rain sometimes...