London 360 – Views of Piccadilly, Trafalgar, Grosvenor Square, and more!

In honor of my one-year anniversary since I was in London (where IS that time-traveling Tardis when I need it?), I’m finally posting links to the 360 degree panoramas I took of several of the places we visited. They aren’t professional quality, but I hope you enjoy them, anyway.

(Click on the photos to be taken to the 360 degree view.)

GreenParkGreen Park

Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus

Trafalgar Square

Trafalgar Square

Berkeley Square

Berkeley Square

GardensMayfair

Mount Street Gardens

GrosvenorSquare

Grosvenor Square

StGeorges

St. George’s of Hanover Square, Interior

ElginMarbles

Elgin Marbles, British Museum

BondStreet

Bond Street

WarwickCastle

Warwick Castle

WarwickInterior

Warwick Castle, Great Room Interior 

OxfordChapel

Chapel in Oxford

2 Replies to “London 360 – Views of Piccadilly, Trafalgar, Grosvenor Square, and more!”

  1. Well, what’s not to like? I’ve loved the flash at Flash! Friday. You give such support so I thought time to visit Ms Lovk’s blog. And here I find an engrossing tale of your time in my beautiful home city. I was captivated (well maybe not the fan faction, I’m with Husband on a Short Lead about Mojo!) you capture the essence of your love affair beautifully. It is just such a shame I couldn’t have been there to add a gloss or two! In particular I’d have pointed you at Sands Films in Rotherhithe. http://www.sandsfilms.co.uk/Sands_Films_Studio/Sands_Films.html
    These dear folks have a sumptuous collection of costumes from films and TV shows inc the Regency period you love. If you want to get up close and personal about clothes of the period a planned visit here is a must. Next time, hey?! Also since my brother is such an Austen, indeed Regency fan he wrote a ghost story as factually accurate as possible, for Christmas. You’ll find it on my blog (in five parts) if you had time. You’ll find it under The Snowman on geofflepard.com.

    • Oh, thanks so much for your kind comments! I will definitely go visit your blog to find the ghost story you mentioned. The next time I get to London (for there WILL be a next time, and a time after that, I most fervently hope), I will check out Sands Films. Thank you for the tip!

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