Friday Photos: Look Up

By Silvia Baretta Last edited 47 months ago
Friday Photos: Look Up
Embankment tube station, by Chris Guy
Embankment tube station, by Chris Guy
St. Stephen Walbrook by Michael Wailes
St. Stephen Walbrook by Michael Wailes
Inside the Monument, by Steve Way
Inside the Monument, by Steve Way
Lea Valley, by Max Nathan
Lea Valley, by Max Nathan
Poultry Place, by Robert Moore
Poultry Place, by Robert Moore
Piccadilly Arcade, by Shebang Bose
Piccadilly Arcade, by Shebang Bose
The British Museum by Richard Watkins LRPS
The British Museum by Richard Watkins LRPS
The Foreign Office in King Charles Street, by Terry Moran
The Foreign Office in King Charles Street, by Terry Moran
Queen’s House in Greenwich, by Jennie Filer
Queen’s House in Greenwich, by Jennie Filer
 Great Arthur House in Clerkenwell by Compound Eye
Great Arthur House in Clerkenwell by Compound Eye
Earth Hall inside Natural History Museum, by Nada Stankova
Earth Hall inside Natural History Museum, by Nada Stankova
 Covent Garden skylight by Glyn Owen
Covent Garden skylight by Glyn Owen

What is the first thing you notice when you walk into a new place? Probably not the ceiling. That's why we took a look for you and found some of London's most impressive skylights. Proving that is not just a 'museum thing'.

With thanks to the following photographers for use of their photos via the Londonist Flickr pool: Chris Guy, Michael Wailes, Steve Way, Max Nathan, Robert Moore, Shebang Bose, Richard Watkins LRPS, Terry Moran, Jennie Filer, Compound Eye, Nada Stankova and Glyn Owen.

Last Updated 21 November 2014