The Easter Tree in the City of London. Photo: Patrizia Ilaria Sechi (2014)
An egged black cab. Photo: DB007 (2007)
Hackney Wick may not be the best place to spend Easter. Photo: psyxjaw (2014)
Now you mention it, the Gherkin does look a bit like an ominous oeuf. Photo: Naf Selmani (2014)
A floating egg in St James's Park. Part of The Big Egg Hunt. Photo: helenoftheways (2012)
We're not sure if we're overjoyed or concerned at this photo of two members of the royal family and the "royal embryo" (which later turned out to be Prince George) depicted as eggs. Part of a best dressed egg competition at the Lost & Found Good Friday Egg Roll in Primrose Hill. Photo: Andrew Smith (2013)
In 2012, the Big Easter Egg Hunt took place. Around 200 artists, celebrities and designers created and painted metre high fibreglass eggs which were scattered across London, with the public given 40 days to find them. Photo: Natalie Clarke (2012)
A London-themed egg from the Big Easter Egg Hunt 2012. Photo: Stephanie Sadler (2012)
A post box egg, part of the Big Easter Egg Hunt. Photo: Mike Murphy (2012)
Eggs in Covent Garden. Photo: Dave Pearce (2012)
Another of London's landmarks that resembles an egg: a pod on the London Eye. Photo: Christiaan Ploeger (2012)
A Nile Crocodile at Hunterian Museum, still attached by its umbilical chord to the yolk sac. Photo: O.F.E (2011)
Happy Easter! It's Good Friday, so we thought we'd bring you a photo gallery of eggs dotted around London. Many are from the Big Egg Hunt, an event which took place across London back in 2012. Other 'eggs' are landmarks that you'll see all year round.
Thanks to the following photographers for use of their photos via the Londonist Flickr pool: Andrew Smith, Christiaan Ploeger, Dave Pearce, DB007, helenoftheways, Mike Murphy, Naf Selmani, Natalie Clarke, O.F.E, Patrizia Ilaria Sechi, psyxjaw, Stephanie Sadler
See our past Friday Photos galleries.
Last Updated 03 April 2015