These are from the weekend. I went to a Gauguin exhibition at the Tate Modern. In just a short walk to the museum you pass by such history: London Bridge, Borough Market, Clink Prison and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. The Millennium Bridge is new but it's symbolic of what you see throughout the city; a connection/contrast between the old and new (in this case St Paul's and the Tate). I find that fascinating how the city has kept its heritage but also pushed the envelope with architecture with places like The Gherkin and The Shard. Makes for a rather unique skyline don't you think?