It’s official: Secret London has come down with a case of monochrome madness.
Whilst we’re a big fan of London’s colourful spots, the city looks rather dashing in black and white, and we’ve rounded up the pictures to prove it.
Black and white does wonders for London’s landmarks.
Looks like we’ve gone back in time – you know, apart from the fuck off massive skyscraper.
Tower Bridge aims for a mysterious vibe.
Meanwhile, Big Ben just refuses to pose for the photo.
Not a problem that Westminster Abbey has, however.
What can we say, black and white makes for a whaley good photo.
Although sometimes the beauty is just in the Eye of the beholder.
St Pauls is out to prove it looks good in any light.
Everyday life is just so bloody dramatic in monochrome.
Adds a little more intrigue to the commute, doesn’t it?
Can’t tell if he’s an office worker, or film noir detective.
Westminster actually looks calmer in black and white.
Coffee has never been so damn serious.
Really, these pictures set a new benchmark.
If there’s one place that’s moodiest in black and white, it has to be the Tube.
Case in point: Baker Street.
To be honest, a trip on the Central line is enough to make anyone moody.
Although it’s a good time to practice your melancholic pose.
Warren Street on a rare quiet day.
Things look different underground, although we don’t even want to know how The Underground Person got this picture.
Stay beautiful, London.
Featured image: @alan_schaller