The Diamond Jubilee has been and gone, and now attentions in London and the UK turn to the Olympics, just weeks away.
Our travels took us to St Pancras train station, the place to catch a Eurostar train direct to Europe.
It’s a thoroughly modernised travel hub, sat beneath a beautiful Victorian canopy which is an object of desire for architects, engineers and photographers alike.
A vast set of Olympic rings is suspended from the roof and is being photographed crazily.
I did my best to find a slightly offhand angle and perspective for this colourful capture.
But if you click on the thumbnail beneath this large depiction, you will see how the emblem looks to the regular eye.
Like the Union Jack during the Jubilee period, just how often will this Olympic symbol grace images in the coming weeks?