Louvre - The Musee de Louvre, shot at night time, Paris, France.

Millennium - The Millennium Footbridge, and St Paul's Cathedral, London, UK.

Olympic Stadium - The Olympic Stadium in Berlin, GDR, built for the 1936 Olympic Games.

Institut du Monde Arabe - The outside of the Arab World Institute, Paris France. 

Louvre II - The Musee de Louvre, shot at night time, Paris, France.

Arc de Triomphe - The iconic Arch, shot at night, Paris, France.

Montmartre Steps - Montmartre is a large hill in Paris's 18th arrondissement. It is 130 m (430 ft) high and gives its name to the surrounding district, part of the Right Bank in the northern section of the city, and offers wonderful views of the city.

Louvre - An image of the Musee de Louvre, Paris, France, shot at night time.

Brutalism - Lines and Space, National Theatre, South Bank, London, UK.

Notre-Dame - Notre-Dame Cathedral or simply Notre-Dame, is a medieval Catholic cathedral on the Île de la Cité in the fourth arrondissement of Paris, France. The cathedral is widely considered to be one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture, and it is among the largest and best-known church buildings in France, and in the world.

Destination Docklands - Reflections at Royal Victoria Dock, Docklands, London, UK.

Longitude - The Longitude building at Mann Island, Pier Head, Liverpool, UK, with the sly reflected.

Musee de Louvre - The stunning I.M.Pei designed glass pyramid, Musee de Louvre, Paris, France.

Royal Victoria - Lines and Symmetry at Royal Victoria Docks, Docklands, London, UK.

One Canada Square - Space Bridge at Canary Wharf. Docklands, London, UK.

St Paul's - The Sir Christopher Wren designed St Paul's Cathedral, reflected in the One New Change shopping development, City of London, UK.

Sage/Gateshead - The Sage Arts Centre, Gateshead, shot from the opposite side of the River Tyne, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne.

Royal Victoria - Reflections at Royal Victoria Dock, Docklands, London, UK.

Runcorn-Widnes Bridge - The bridges spanning the River Mersey, linking Runcorn and Widnes, shot at dusk.

High Level Bridge - The stunning High Level Bridge linking Newcastle to Gateshead, designed and built by Robert Stephenson, and opened in 1849.

Night and Day - An image of the 'night' statue, a pair of Art Deco statues part of the Mersey Tunnel Ventillation and Control Station, at St George's Buildings, Liverpool

y - An image of the office buildings at 'More London', Nr Tower Hill, London, UK.

Royal Victoria Docks - A LE image of the Royal Victoria Docks, Docklands, London.

High Level Bridge - The stunning High Level Bridge, designed by Robert Stephenson, lonking Newcastle to Gateshead and opened in 1849.

Cheesegrater - An image of the Leadenhall Building, City of London, UK.

Selfridges - An image of the back to the future Selfridges & Co Building, at the Bull Ring Shopping Centre, Birmingham, UK.
Arches - Railway Arches in the Digbeth area of Birmingham.
Canal Street / Black Country Living Museum - A view looking over the bridge on Canal Street, towards the Bottle and Glass Inn, at the wonderful Black Country Living Museum, Nr Dudley, West Midlands
Bottle & Glass Inn / Black Country Living Museum - A view of the Bottle and Glass Pub, and some fun and games, at the wonderful Black Country Living Museum, Nr Dudley, West Midlands.
Emley Moor Transmitting Tower - This is in fact the tallest free standing structure in the UK! (honest), it is in fact Emley Moor Transmitting Tower in West Yorkshire, and she stands at 1,084 feet, and is visible for miles and miles around.
Kings Cross - Detail image of the roof of the new concourse area at Kings Cross Railway Station, London, UK.

The Meeting Place - A statue by the Artist Paul Day 'The Meeting Place', at St Pancras International Station, London, UK.

Castlefields - An image of the Castlefields area of Manchester, UK.

Walk of Life - Lone busker, Westminster Underground Station, London.

Liver Bird - The Royal Liver Building, Pier Head, Liverpool, UK.

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