Well, what is there to say. I was the first time in London in 2002 and fell slowly, but seriously, in love with this city. I travelled many more times to London and these pages are my look on this amazing place.
The photos are categorised mostly by location, with the exception of a small number of thematic pages. I had a hard time finding a reasonable logic to group photos according to regions though. London can be really confusing in that sense. It is organised into 32 boroughs, which are again divided into districts – more than 500 of them in fact. All of that would have been too fine in granularity. Londoners use other, not very precisely defined but commonly used, regional terms such as West End, located west of the City and north of the River Thames . Other names, charmingly, still refer to the name of the old "villages" in London, such as Shepherd Market, Camden Passage, Hampstead village, Broadway Market, Greenwich village and many more.
Eventually I ended up with a weird concoction of my own. I used West End and East End to capture a range of photos taken in Central London. Within both West End and East End I organised the pictures mostly following the boroughs. The borough of Camden (including Hampstead) earned its own "top level" category, simply because I spent a lot of time there. Notting Hill is actually a district, but – so what. In In Between I compiled photos from Islington, Angel, The City of London and the South Bank. "In Between" refers to in between West End and East End.
There are two pages that are not organised by districts, boroughs and the like but by theme: Christmasis a very charming time to be in London and this page captures Christmas impressions from different areas such as Carnaby Street, Soho, Kew Gardens, Seven Dials and others. Regent's Canal is one of my most favourite places in London. It crosses several London boroughs and deserves its own page. Finally, as an avid admirer of English cemeteries and parishes, I have dedicated one page to the Magnificent Seven, seven cemeteries established in the 19th century with Highgate being the most famous.
This organisation might change over time, but I'll stick with it for the time being.