Can you believe that these are some of my first film photos of London?! Thomas and I used to live in London a lifetime ago but I wasn't using film cameras then (or even really taking digital photos) and although we've been back since, I never took my cameras with me.
I love London, I feel nostalgic when I'm there for a life we used to have, I love the reminders of the memories we created and it's nice to be there and know that I know it. Granted I don't know a lot of it (London is big) but I always feel like I've come home going on the tube, seeing the red buses and walking at that slightly faster pace.
You can see St Paul's Cathedral in the last photo. True story - I worked just around the corner from there for a year, but I didn't realise how close I actually was until I had to catch a different tube home about 4 months after I started. I walked down the road, turned the corner and there it was. I was also really close to Fleet Street and had no idea!
We stayed in the Travelodge near Liverpool St and Aldgate and I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for somewhere cheap in London to stay - it's in a great location! You can easily walk to the river from there, past the Tower of London and cross over Tower Bridge before heading towards South Bank and Westminister.
Camera: Refurb LC-A
Film: Lomo 400
Location: London, England