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13.5.04

more pics

So I'm not gonna do the pics 1 per post because I'm supremely Lazy (yes I meant to use a capital L). But I will put some captions or at least title the pictures for you, cuz I'm nice like that. So here goes.

Mom On Carnaby Street

Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament

Did you know that Big Ben is actually not the clock or the clock tower itself? Big Ben is actually the bells inside the clock tower. See, I'm full of useless knowledge.

Notting Hill

Look, just like in the movie!

Okay, that's it for tonight. I'll upload more when I get the chance (so like Sunday, when I'm off from work again).

posted by Lauren@ 12:07 AM

4 Comments:

So yeah, I have to reduce the size of some of the pictures, but whatever.

By Blogger Lauren, at May 13, 2004 at 12:20 AM  

nah, they are just fine.

very cool images! :-)

By Blogger Dante, at May 14, 2004 at 12:20 AM  

I'm so glad you like them. I wish I was where they are (not on my blog, in London).

By Blogger Lauren, at May 14, 2004 at 12:24 AM  

P.S. Did you know that originally, the pictures of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament were so dark you could barely see the buildings? Thank God for Photoshop.

By Blogger Lauren, at May 14, 2004 at 10:52 AM  

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