Southwark cathedral and The Shard

Three views of London from the south bank of the Thames: Southwark cathedral (1839 AD) and its new neighbour, The Shard; the raucous me-first towers of the City of London thrusting ever upwards as a messy group, and the oldest of them all, the White Tower, the bastion built on the orders of William the Conqueror in 1078 AD, the Tower of London.

The City of London, from Southwark

The Tower of London