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12Feb

The National Theatre, The London Eye and The Southbank At Night

I am trying harder at this photography thing, some are taking shape, others I dare not show anyone but I know I will get there…somehow, someday.  These were taken on wednesay on my way home from the National Theatre. I saw a fine show, the 14th Tale by Inua Ellams. If you don’t have a ticket, you have missed a great show but if you are lucky, they might still have some. Go online and check the National Theatre website. In the meantime, enjoy this picture essay, that’s what they call it right? 🙂


Entrance To The Southbank - one of my favourite place to visit

Entrance To The Southbank – one of my favourite place to visit

Trying my best to be informative :-)

Trying my best to be informative 🙂

Okay, I think i tried on this one

Okay, I think I tried on this one

I Really Made An Effort On This One But I Was Shaky. Next Time, I'll Try Harder

I Really Made An Effort On This One But I Was Shaky. Next Time, I’ll Try Harder

One Eye on the Road, One On On the camera, I tried :-)

One Eye on the Road, One On On the camera,  Girl must survive. I tried 🙂

Surely, this one beats the others right? :-)

Surely, this one beats the others right? 🙂

Entrance To The national Theatre. Ever So colourful

Entrance To The national Theatre. Ever So colourful

The Ping Pong Resturent At the entrance Of The Southbank. The Food In There Is Nice But The Portion is Small :-)

The Ping Pong Resturent At the entrance Of The Southbank. The Food In There Is Nice But The Portion is Small 🙂

I hope to get better with the next picture story. In the meantime, enjoy this one.
Cheers!!! 🙂

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3 Responses to “The National Theatre, The London Eye and The Southbank At Night”

  1. I love the South Bank! That whole side of the river, the pier, the London Eye, the Aquarium and all the touristy spots. And of course, the Southbank Centre too, one of my favourite Arts and Culture centres in London. It’s a lovely place to visit in the summer and they’ve always got loads of cool literary events happening. Hmmm, maybe I should get a membership…

  2. I had dinner at PingPong on my last birthday, once of my friends said the place was well suited to me, with all the “culture” surrounding it 🙂

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