Steph Jones' Daily Blog

A daily photo blog by a London based digital designer // @Stephhh

26/10/2012 – Fancy Weekend Begin! — Nov 13, 2012

26/10/2012 – Fancy Weekend Begin!

Today was a busy day with meetings and such, in which I found my published work in a guardian in the other office! Also, this weekend I have decided to treat my mum to a fancy three days. It’s a small payback for everything she’s done for me! It started off meeting up with my cousin who works in London anyway, and going for drinks in the Gherkin (of which I forgot to take photos!)

19/10/2012 – Barely Visible London — Oct 19, 2012

19/10/2012 – Barely Visible London

I was stood on our balcony this morning, trying to judge whether to wear a coat or not (spoiler alert, I should have), when I noticed this skyline. It was so foggy in London that it created this lovely outline of some of London’s famous landmarks. Such as the Gherkin (middle back, very faded), St Pauls Cathedral (far right), and the newest of all, the building site of the new Walkie Talkie (20 Fenchurch Street, far left). Although I do love a crisp, clear, blue skyline, I do love a damp, foggy morning also – there leaves  a somewhat a hidden mystery.

P.S I’ve written a blog post on my ‘main’ blog! http://stephjonesblog.wordpress.com/

08/10/2012 – Foggy Big City — Oct 11, 2012

08/10/2012 – Foggy Big City

It was an extremely foggy day in London today. I braved it home cycling as it was just starting to rain, but it takes the same time to cycle as to get the tube, and I was dying to get into my PJ’s, have a relaxing night in and carry on with the Borne movies! Took this photo from my balcony at around 5:30, you could hardly see the city!

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01/08/2012 – London at Lunch — Aug 6, 2012

01/08/2012 – London at Lunch

Another lovely day in London. Decided to get away from work for a bit, and cycled to London bridge for lunch and a relax. The views are lovely around here, and I’m still enjoying myself! It’s nice to have a proper break from the office on the grass next to the river.