Luke Jerram’s “Museum of the Moon” returned to London in October 2023 to be displayed in Southwark Cathedral, which last hosted Gaia. See more of my photos of Luke Jerram’s work.
The City of London, the Square Mile, is packed full of churches which hint at how many people lived in the City hundreds of years ago, as against the business district it is today....
The Strand in central London is home to many imposing buildings. One of those is St Clement Danes, the Central Church of the Royal Air Force.
Methodist Central Hall took part in Heritage Open Days by opening the building’s dome to visitors. The views from the balcony are stunning.
Once inside Westminster’s Quaker Meeting House, you find a building interior enveloped by calm and stillness.
Designed by Sir Christopher Wren, the Geometric Staircase is an engineering marvel within an architectural landmark.
All Saints’ Church in Notting Hill displayed Luke Jerram’s “Mars: War and Peace” as part of the 2023 Kensington and Chelsea Festival.
Opened in 1863, St Peter’s on Clerkenwell Road has since the 1880s held an annual Procession in Honour of Our Lady of Mount Carmel.
Following the Coronation of King Charles III, there was time for the public to see the Coronation Theatre setup in Westminster Abbey.
The roof and ceilings of Westminster Abbey are just as impressive and beautiful as anything seen at ground level.