Light trails shine from a passing bus in front of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament in London. Photographer Luke MacGregor
Roger Federer of Switzerland holds up the winner’s trophy after he defeated Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France in their singles final tennis match at the ATP World Tour Finals, in the O2 arena in London.
The Thames is not the only great river to have graced London in the city’s long history. The Fleet was a clear sparkling river that for centuries ran from its source at Hampstead Heath to the Thames. Now its banks are found in a series of labyrinthine sewer tunnels, deep underground. Photographer Mr. J. Doe
This night time view of northwestern Europe is featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 28 crew member on the International Space Station. Several of the oldest cities of northwestern Europe are highlighted in this photograph taken at 00:25:26 Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
The Origin Contemporary Craft fair in London this September will feature Lux Craft, a new platform for lighting installations. The pavilion will feature 10 site-specific lighting installations from artists like Ontwerpduo, Loop.pH, Sarah Blood, and Jeremy Cole.
The London 2012 Olympic Stadium illuminated for the first time.