Thursday, September 09, 2010

Goodbye Kennington Lane, Hello Westminster Tower



The view from my new office in Westminster Tower, just south of Lambeth Bridge. I could just sit here for hours and watch the world go by... Best not, though.

11 comments:

pete-s said...

Westminster Tower, Westminster Tower, so good you posted it twice. (sung to N.Y. N.Y. does not work.)

Anoneumouse said...

Is that Jeffrey Archers old pad

Perdix said...

Double post! You are obviously not paying attention. Stop looking out the window :)

Tim Fenton said...

You should always be correctly dressed when taking a photo through a middlingly reflective window ;-)

tapestry said...

Dirty Old River. Raw sewage.
Just don't open the window.

Henry_Tree said...

I'll have another try to leave a comment! Please consider installing a webcam with the same view as your pic. I'd not only consider subscribing and paying (a small amount!) towards costs, but it would probably be my first link I click on every morning.

Thanks for your ever interesting blog.

Iain Dale said...

Actually, I suggested that to a colleague this afternoon!

The Lakelander said...

Iain,

E-mail me for an explanation as to how an old-fashioned polarising filter would improve photos of this view.

Great photo all the same!

Henry_Tree said...

Iain Dale said: "Actually, I suggested that to a colleague this afternoon!"

This is spooky! I say that because the number of times you have posted some comment with which I can only but agree at least 100% is uncanny. Your blog RSS feed is about a third of the way down my daily roll call and tonight it is going to the top of my list. *Anyone* that I agree with so much should certainly be sitting atop of Guido (and others!)

No doubt the doubting Thomases will suspect my sycophancy is part due to when you "gave me" the PA job a couple of weeks ago. LOL!

Oh well, let them eat cake or wotever these days.

Matt said...

Nice view. Nice tie, too, by the way.

From my office if I turn round I can see the pub.

tapestry said...

In Japan, they pay extra not to be near the river.