North Greenwich, 5 March 2017

The 'Sample' event on Peninsula Square took me to North Greenwich where my wife and I were due to meet my son. He was going to arrive later than expected so I took the opportunity to get some photos of this tip of the Greenwich Peninsula, including wandering up to the River Thames and the view to Canary Wharf.

Just outside North Greenwich tube station is Peninsula Square, on the route to the O2 Arena
The Peninsula Spire, North Greenwich. The UK's tallest steel sculpture.
Inverted pylon - installation art by Alex Chinneck, North Greenwich Peninsula
A young person monitors social media in front of a Greenwich Peninsula gasholder.
The same gasometer is seen in a black and white photo within the post-industrial landscape, ready for development.
Just outside North Greenwich tube station is Peninsula Square, a covered walkway adorned with logos leads to the O2 Arena
The Riverford Organic Farmers food stall at the Sample event, North Greenwich
The view to high rise developments on the Isle of Dogs from a hotel car park at the tip of the North Greenwich Peninsula
A view to the Isle of Dogs and Canary Wharf across the River Thames at North Greenwich.
Cityscape looking towards the Isle of Dogs and Canary Wharf across the River Thames at North Greenwich: a slipway to the River Thames that collects rubbish floating in with the tide.
The view towards the Emirates Airlines cable car from North Greenwich tube and bus station
Abstract reflections of Peninsula Square in the glass walls of North Greenwich station
A lone woman jogger on the North Greenwich bank of the River Thames - opposite are the Canary Wharf towers occupied by major banks.
View through the Peninsula Square architecture towards Canary Wharf towers
A couple walking across Peninsula Square, North Greenwich as viewed from the rain drop soaked glass of The Beer Box bar
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