Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Piccadilly Circus, London

Piccadilly Circus, London 
Here's another look at London's most popular spot to meet and greet and spend time, Piccadilly Circus. Popular with tourists and locals, the iconic statue of Anteros, Greek God of 'Requited/Counter Love', along with the fountain is situated at the heart of Piccadilly. Also seen in the background is the Ripley's Believe It Or Not.
A Black-and-white closeup of the statue of Anteros

We love posing and getting ourselves clicked. Tourists take pictures at the statue of Anteros, Piccadilly Circus

The statue of Anteros



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18 comments:

  1. Oh, what awesome captures, Rohit! I've always wanted to go to Piccadilly Circus, but somehow, in spite of traveling and living in Europe for several years, I never managed to get to London! Hope your week is off to a great start!

    Sylvia

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  2. Wonderful photos from Piccadilly Circus. I was there in 2006. Have a nice time.

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  3. I hardly remember those views, we were there with our three children, who were very alive. It`s nice to see this now look at photos in piece :)
    Thank you for your visit and comment on my site!

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  4. Well known place.
    Nice pictures you show us. I love that in b/w.

    :-)

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  5. Thank you very much for this nice journey ! Please have a good Wednesday.


    daily athens photo

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  6. Boy!!! Does this bring back the memories. Years ago I took my youngest son - now 39 - and his best friend to London for New Years....and there was a merry-go-round at Piccadilly Circus. They would not ride it, but I did while they took silly photos of me. After that on all of my return trips, the merry-go-round was gone. That was so sad. That is one of my favorite spots. So close to some of the theaters I would go to. Thanks for another wonderful trip down memory lane. genie

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  7. Great photos and an amazing statue. It looks wonderful in colour as well as black and white.

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  8. Nice shots, it looks like you had a beautiful day to see this. I was born in London but have almost no memories of it!

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  9. Lovely...Meeting place was vouched by the second click:)

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  10. Lovely photos, the B&W shot works well in this set.

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  11. @sylvia - tx...wks alright hope its good at ur end too. well...i do hope that some opportunity comes by n u get a chance to go to London soon :)

    tx Seraphina.

    Leena, nice to read a comment like that :)

    Tania, im glad :)

    tx ρομπερτ, wish u the same!

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  12. Thanks Genie...I am happy to know that this post made u take a walk down memory lane :)

    Thanks so much Sunshine

    @Al - This was a superb day...hope u visit London sometime.

    @ Saru - LOL!

    Thanks Nix!

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  13. Lovely shots and a beautiful statue.

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  14. I've been there; it's an exciting place. However, the sky was not so blue when I was there.

    Happy Blue Monday to you!

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  15. Beautiful blues.

    Come see the Blue at my page when you get a chance. Thank you!

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  16. What a clear blue sky!

    Visiting for BM! Hope you can visit mine too..

    http://www.heavenly-dreams.com/toy-story-toddler-bed/

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