I'm back from my sunny, almost-no-rain trip to London which was nothing but awesome. This time I stayed for a whole week but regardless my non-touristic aim of the visit, I feel like I'd walked the entire London on my feet and saw it all once more. I just can't get enough of London! But. If you are waiting to see photos of Big Ben, red telephone boots or Piccadilly, I will disappoint you, as this time my camera was focused on colors. Vivid, happy colors of London and it's funky places worth visiting if you are looking for something alternative to see. I decided to split my London trip into three photo-parts featuring - The colors of London, Clerkenwell Design week 2014 and the shopping part (of course). So there are two more posts to come. I stayed with my best friends so apart from being serious camera abuser, there was a lot of catching up, laughing, loving and partying involved. It was all crazy fun... and I miss it already!
Each time I'm in London I visit the Covent garden market (and Portobello market and Borough market) - there is just so much to see and taste in these places.
The colorful place above is a courtyard, located just a few minutes walk from Covent garden.
If you love colors it's a must-see! You can also have a drink or food there if you wish to.
Isn't this window decorated for the Chelsea flower show gorgeous?
Oh and there's the London Eye. I said, no Big Ben, not London Eye! :)
Once again Neal's Yard above and China town below.
That's it for now. Hope you enjoyed this colorful moment! :) I will be also sharing with you photos from Clarkenwell design week and little design/decor shopping guide very soon.
What are your favorite places in London?