London was my home for 3 years (2004-2007)...I attended King's College London, Guy's Hospital campus at London Bridge, where I studied craniofacial development in embryos. Boy do I miss London!
Just about all those pictures show familiar areas of London to me...I used to walk through central London from the Russell Square area (where the University of London residence halls are) all the way to London Bridge (where Guy's Hospital campus of King's College London is).
That lonely bend in the road is the spot where I walked under the road (just past Blackfriars Station), past that small church, past the London Boys School, before crossing the Thames via the Millennium footbridge.
You can see the 30-storey-tall concrete tower of Guy's Hospital in some of the London Bridge photos; that's where I went to school for 3 years!
Walking all over London, I got to know the areas in those photos very well.
Will I ever get back to London someday? If the opportunity ever arises to go back to London and continue my craniofacial embryology research there (as I did 2004-2007), I would jump at it!
I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made... (Psalm 139:14)