10 London Locations That Are Begging To Be Instagrammed

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We know how much you like the photography we post on our Facebook page and as much as we’d love to tell you that it is all taken by us – scaling sides of buildings and staggering out of bed at 4.30am to catch the sunrise – it’s not. We leave that job to way better people than us. So without further ado, here’s a list of some of the incredibly talented photographers that all help to reinvigorate our love for this city on a daily basis and the best spots to capture if you do fancy giving it a go yourself. Give them a follow on Instagram – they’re the types of people you need in your cyber life.

 

1. View of St Paul’s from the Millennium Bridge

A photo posted by Matt Scutt (@mattscutt) on

Follow Matt Scutt on Instagram!

 

2. Sunrise over Tower Bridge

Follow Archie Baker on Instagram!

 

3. The Shard

A photo posted by M I L O H A L E (@milohale) on

Follow Milo Hale on Instagram!

 

4. Piccadilly Circus (in the rain)

Follow Neil Andrews on Instagram!

 

5. The view from Duck and Waffle

Follow Nige Levanterman on Instagram!

 

6. Elizabeth’s Tower

A photo posted by Jon (@j_r_photography) on

Follow Jon Raffoul on Instagram!

 

7. St Paul’s at sunrise

Follow James Burns on the Instagram!

 

8. Westminster Bridge tunnel

Follow Tomas Sent on Instagram!

 

9. The view from the Shard

Follow Marcus Browning on Instagram!

 

10. Richmond Park

Follow Dimitar Hristov on Instagram!

Want to have your own photos featured? Tag us @secret.london in your Instagrams or use the hashtag #MySecretLondon for a chance to have your photos re-posted to our social media channels.

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