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UK Rooftopping London May 15

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Hello All,

I haven't posted a report on here for some time, but I will try to get more on here from now :)

Thought id post up this one as myself, MrDan and Sweetpea popped into Central to capture some shots of St. Pauls with the lights to mark the 70th anniversary of VE Day :)

And what better place to get them than from a rooftop.

This place is opposite St Pauls so was the ideal rooftop. At the top tho you are pretty much level with apartmenst so Sweetpea was keeping a look out and telling us when to duck whenever someone was walking around their place haha.

17489941066_c2529c01de_b.jpgLondon from above by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr

17516332405_b1b6d3d2a0_b.jpgLondon from above by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr

17328520088_bda3e8679a_b.jpgLondon from above by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr

17328730110_03df43956c_b.jpgLondon from above by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr

16893751404_2c19952156_b.jpgLondon from above by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr

17328722970_d845a531f8_b.jpgLondon from above by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr

17514127192_7ea9ca4a7a_b.jpgLondon from above by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr

17329978859_9d86d5c0cc_b.jpgLondon from above by Dirty Jigsaw, on Flickr

Hope you liked, thanks for looking

DirtyJigsaw

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Cheers Andy, you need to come visit again. Ill supply the creme Eggs ;)

Yes, definitely need another Laaaandaaan trip soon :)

Have you got a stash of Creme Eggs? I'll be right round! :D

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Yes, definitely need another Laaaandaaan trip soon :)

Have you got a stash of Creme Eggs? I'll be right round! :D

I do indeed mate, ive been saving them up :)

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Wicked shots mate, can't believe you went back up there after the incident, you crayzy :D

Haha! I know, I was abit apprehensive tbh but all was good, no issues this time!

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Cool curvy crane in the last shot :thumb

Some great images there mate, VE day is certainly special from above :grin:

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