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An Afternoon in Greenwich.

A few weeks ago I found myself in London with a few free hours. Camera in hand, I hopped on a train to Greenwich with nothing but exploration in mind. I was mesmerised by the quaintness of the place with all of the cute shops and grand architecture. Greenwich is home to many famous landmarks, with the Cutty Sark and the Royal Observatory; home to the Meridian Line (GMT). But I was itching to go the National Maritime Museum to see the Ansel Adams exhibition ‘Photography from the Mountains, to the Sea’. I spent the afternoon there, lost in the majestic landscapes of the American National Parks. A well recommended exhibition!



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