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    You have to go see the changing of the Guards at Buckingham Palace. The best free show in London. over 9 years ago

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    Spitafelds market is ripe for photography - the food, the artwork, the activity, and the people. I also recommend walking along the Thames for a riverside view of the city. over 9 years ago

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    Take a walk along the south bank from the houses of parliament all the way across to tower bridge. So much to see with all the museums, restaurants, cafes, globe theatre. You won't be disappointed. over 9 years ago

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    Agree with the Thames river walk. If you like markets ( agree Spitalfields is fab for photography) I'd also consider Camden market & Nottingham Hill for antique and original goods & Borough market for local food market. Brick Lane & Petticoat Lane market is also ecclectic in a changing neighborhood. Lots of colour and local flavor in all of them. One part of London that is not so known but beautiful is 'Little Venice' and the canals system which extends to Camden Lock.
    If you like more of the pastoral shots, any of the city's parks will provide photo fodder: St James, Regents Park, Hampstead Heath, Highgate Cemetery, Hyde Park, over 9 years ago

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