Passing under a bridge, these silhouette of both the buildings, London Eye, and the photographers caught my eye
And then, round hte corner, the place I first heard proper surround sound in the 70's. The IEEE building where a school trip permitted us to hear Atom Heart Mother in Quadrophonic sound.
Further on, a tablet marking the location of the North Bank of the River Thames, before the Victoria Embankment was built in 1862.
Then, as night closed in, I passed Liberty's with it's Christmas decorations on show, but more interesting to me was the ship wind vane on top. Second one of the day!
And then finally, after a great meal with my old school friend Ed, we made our way to the Royal Institution, and James Burke's incredible throught provoking lecture 1+1=3, curated by Aleks Krotoski