yizhivika

A photo (or three) a day for 2012.

Primrose Hill and Regent’s Park…

St Mark's Church, in Prince Albert Road, north of Regent's Park, south of Primrose Hill...

St Mark’s Church, in Prince Albert Road, north of Regent’s Park, south of Primrose Hill…


Feng Shang Chinese Restaurant, Regent's Park Canal, north of Regent's Park...

Feng Shang Chinese Restaurant, Regent’s Park Canal, north of Regent’s Park…


Atop Primrose Hill, and the weather today was mercifully kind ;)...

Atop Primrose Hill, and the weather today was mercifully kind ;)…


"I have conversed with the spiritual sun. I saw him on Primrose Hill." William Blake, English poet and artist (1757-1827)...

“I have conversed with the spiritual sun. I saw him on Primrose Hill.” William Blake, English poet and artist (1757-1827)…


Zooming in, to show St. Paul's Cathedral and The Shard, London's tallest building...

Zooming in, to show St. Paul’s Cathedral and The Shard, London’s tallest building…


In Queen Mary's Garden, Regent's Park...

In Queen Mary’s Garden, Regent’s Park…


Also in Queen Mary's Garden...

Also in Queen Mary’s Garden…


Queen Mary's Garden waterfall water coursing over a mossy stone...

Queen Mary’s Garden waterfall water coursing over a mossy stone…


So here it is, the year's final London image on this photoblog; the connecting passage between the Bakerloo and Northern Lines at Embankment Tube station...:).

So here it is, the year’s final London image on this photoblog: the connecting passage between the Bakerloo and Northern Lines at Embankment Tube station…:).

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4 thoughts on “Primrose Hill and Regent’s Park…

  1. Nearly there :-). If we’d picked a non-leap year, we’d be finished already!

  2. Haha…yes, and as two people both familiar with road-racing, this one was most definitely an (ultra-)marathon, not a sprint, and it’s good to know we’ll be crossing the finishing line successfully together tomorrow :).

  3. Awesome photo journalism, yizhivika! I love the William Blake poem!

  4. Thankyou, andelieya :). Blake was a genius, and if the UK ever breaks up into its constituent countries, Blake’s poem ‘Jerusalem’ will be a prime candidate for England’s National Anthem :).

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