My Sunday Photo - Modern and ancient London
Spending some time in the capital this week gave me the opportunity to marvel and modern and ancient London side-by-side.
For every Victorian building, there is a modern-day skyscraper. For every piece of thick, exhaust-blackened brick there is a shiny pane of 21st Century glass.
The way that London comes together is so many distinct styles can be breathtaking and it’s moments like this - when old and new dwell alongside each other - that I like the most.
I’m not a fan of the Gherkin, but the way that St Andrew Undershaft - which survived the Great Fire of London in 1666 - sits proudly in the shadow of the phallic building makes a great contrast.