Horse Guards, Whitehall, London circa 1980 (wikipedia)

mstrkrftzA rich reward | John Burgess

enchantedengland: Looking across towards Derwent Water, one of the principal bodies of water in the Lake District National Park in north west England. The Lake District is entirely within one county….. which is? Cumbria, yes. You are brilliant.

(Reblogged from calmacil20)
iamcharliesangel: Oxford Street by Frederic Bloch.
enchantedengland: Oxford Street is an excellent landmark if you’re trying to learn your way around the West End of London (as opposed to the City to the east) Oxford Street divides Marylebone to the north and Mayfair to the south. Mayfair is the most posh (gorgeous architecture, high-end shops, few pubs, however) and Marylebone is more wallet-friendly and diverse, with pubs aplenty. Soho is east of Mayfair, on the opposite side of Regent Street, and is the colourful and charming centre of gay London. The don’t-miss area of Soho is definitely Neal’s Yard. 

iamcharliesangelOxford Street by Frederic Bloch.

enchantedengland: Oxford Street is an excellent landmark if you’re trying to learn your way around the West End of London (as opposed to the City to the east) Oxford Street divides Marylebone to the north and Mayfair to the south. Mayfair is the most posh (gorgeous architecture, high-end shops, few pubs, however) and Marylebone is more wallet-friendly and diverse, with pubs aplenty. Soho is east of Mayfair, on the opposite side of Regent Street, and is the colourful and charming centre of gay London. The don’t-miss area of Soho is definitely Neal’s Yard

(Reblogged from querelleuse)