Over London Dusk & Night – Another Amazing Jason Hawkes Video

Over London Dusk & Night is another amazing video from the aptly named Jason Hawkes. I've previously featured his video ariel 1 on the site before. He's probably the best aerial photographers/videographers in London today. Some of the shots he gets are absolutely breathtaking.

In this video he looks at London at dusk and at night. Some of the locations/landmarks featured include the Shard, St. Paul's, Canary Wharf, the London Eye, Houses of Parliament, Piccadilly and Oxford circuses and many more. I love seeing London from the air and hope you do too.

Know of any other similar videos, let me know in the comment section below.

Must Watch London Architecture in Motion Video

I really want to get the word out about this amazing video of London's architecture shot in Hyperlapse. It was shot by Mattia Bicchi and features pretty much every single iconic landmark in London. These include:

King's Cross Station, Strata Tower, Palestra Building, Royal Albert Hall, British Museum, RBS Building, Wembley Stadium, Heron Tower, Broadgate Tower, O2 Arena, St. Giles Building, Tower Bridge, Shard Tower, National Maritime Museum, Wellington Arch, St. Paul's Cathedral, Canary Wharf.

You can learn more about Mattia from his website, follow him on twitter @Matt_hi (protected account) and visit his Facebook page.

I was a little worried when I first watched the video on Youtube because it only had 550 views. However, it turns out you can also watch it on Vimeo here, where it seems to have gotten a lot more love. I really look forward to seeing what Mattia comes out with next.

Queen Elizabeth II’s Silver Jubilee at St. Paul’s Cathedral 1977

Queen Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee at St. Paul's Cathedral

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What: Queen Elizabeth's Silver Jubilee at St. Paul's Cathedral

When: 1977

Where: St. Paul's Cathedral, City of London, EC4

Story: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip praying at St. Paul's Cathedral as part of her Silver Jubilee celebrations in 1977.