A postcard from the 1960s.
The Metropolitan Police’s Air Support Unit just shared the brilliant photo on its Twitter account. This is what London’s Canary Wharf looks like from above today:
The dense fog covering much of southeast England reduced visibility to 50 meters (164 feet) in places, delaying flights at Heathrow and London City airports.
Here’s another shot, with the spikes of the O2 Arena barely visible
London’s first winter snowfall lands in Covent Gardens West Piazza to celebrate the launch of the worlds first LEGO Snow Globe.
Over 3 metres tall and made from 120,000 bricks, the Snow Globe features a festive scene of London including Buckingham Palace, the Globe theatre and the Shard and will be open to the public from November 14th to December 22nd.
Photo: Jeff Moore
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