|Here is a closeup looking South of the double skin facade of the Arups / Make building.|
|The City of London stops abruptly with the Broadgate tower. At the end of the arcade is a green hedge and beyond that is low rise Shoreditch||The arcade at the entrance to the Broadgate tower is another photo-opportunity|
|Lloyds and Leadenhall||Lloyds entrance|
|Willis Tower, south elevation||Leadenhall arcade|
Leadenhall tower, from Fenchurch St
Water bus in front of Vinoly's Fenchurch St tower
Waterbus docking with the London Bridge pontoon
GLA buildings on the South Bank near Tower Bridge
Canary Wharf, our final destination
Arcades are a frequently used urban device in Canary Wharf, giving shelter and enlarging the public space at the ground plane.
Canary Wharf is full of sculptures that are fun to interact with
We arrived by waterbus, but had to descend into the underground station to experience the vast space.
More grand arcades, all no older than 30 years
Curved south facing facade of the Radisson Hotel at Canary Wharf
India dock group photo before we get the coach home. Coach driver gets lost, and after an hour we are still only about 2 miles from Canary Wharf.