London, south from Old Street, across the graves (trees central left) of Daniel Defoe, William Blake, and John Bunyan. Several minor relatives of Oliver Cromwell also interred there. Three towers right side = the Barbican Centre, with the Millenium Wheel just behind, (and the peaked top of Big Ben). The bowed top of CityPoint, Moorgate to the left, and cranes building a new block at Ropemaker's.
I like the thought of Defoe and Blake lying there in the midst of modernity with that wonderful sky hanging over their heads. A fantastic walk through a few hundred years...well worth a ten in my book.Nigel.