Destinations Magazine


By Lwblog @londonwalks

Snapped!Eagle Eye David's been out and about with his smartphone again…
"Half way between Baker Street and Marylebone stations. Bee swarm in a forlorn little urban tree. It'll have a tale to tell its cockney tree grandkids. Billy Bunter Beekeeper to the rescue.
Sooner or later you see it all in London. This the neighbourhood of the A Hard Day's Night station, the neighbourhood of the Balcombe Strret siege, the neighbourhood of serious spy activity in WWII, the neighbourhood that boasts the house out of which the Free French operated in WWII – the house from which many of them departed on exceedingly dangerous missions to Occupied France, missions from which many of them never returned."
D.C Editor Adam chimes in: “David dug his i-Phone out of the pocket and captured this in a second. If you’ve done the same – caught an eccentric sight/a lovely sunset/a weird sign, anything really – and would like to share your efforts, we’d love to see ‘em. All contributions by email to to the usual address please."
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