30 September 2016 | 11 °C

| By: TimW

The Friday Photos: London Fog

The Friday Photos: London Fog
River crossing, by Ian Wylie
River crossing, by Ian Wylie
Black Prince Road in Kennington, by Ravi
Black Prince Road in Kennington, by Ravi
Stunning colours, by Andrew Salveson
Stunning colours, by Andrew Salveson
Hackney streets, by Chris Dorley-Brown
Hackney streets, by Chris Dorley-Brown
Thames Barrier, by rudolph van Graan
Thames Barrier, by rudolph van Graan
Gherking through the haze, by Peter
Gherking through the haze, by Peter
Hampstead Heath, by Paul
Hampstead Heath, by Paul
Barbican, by Paul Taylor
Barbican, by Paul Taylor
The Shard... Just about, by Robin Baumgarten
The Shard... Just about, by Robin Baumgarten
Strand-on-theGreen in Chiswick, by Ian Wylie
Strand-on-theGreen in Chiswick, by Ian Wylie
Dulwich Park, by Marc Fairhurst
Dulwich Park, by Marc Fairhurst
The sun struggling to get through, by Luke Robinson
The sun struggling to get through, by Luke Robinson

The difference between mist and fog, apparently, is down to distance. The thick white stuff is fog if one cannot see further than 1km. In which case we have definitely had a foggy week.

The majority of these images were captured in the last couple of days, during which time London has been shrouded in mystery. It has made the capital look like we imagine it did in Victorian times, with hansom cabs drawing up beneath dulled street lights...

All images, as ever, from the Londonist Flickr pool: Chris Dorley-Brown, Rudolph van Graan, Ravi, Andrew Salveson, Robin Baumgarten, Ian Wylie, Paul, Ian Wylie, Peter, Paul Taylor, Marc Fairhurst and Luke Robinson.

Last Updated 13 July 2015

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Lynne Gordon

Stunning, atmospheric pics..thank you!

Jennifer Hellkat Sano

Love the one of Thames Barrier. Fantastic.