I haven't had much experience with London photography, but I definitely like to have a go when I get the chance. I was lucky enough to be bought a trip to the top of the Shard by my parents for my birthday. I'd heard good things about it from other people, but only when I witnessed it with my own eyes did I realise how special (and high!) it actually was.
The Shard is currently the tallest building in Europe, towering above the City of London. It's quite amazing how tiny some of the large buildings and landmarks look from the top two viewing floors. The other thing that struck me is how the tall London skyscrapers almost lose their definition when looking down on them. They seem to blend into the cityscape and don't seem half as daunting as they do from the ground.
Below are a collection of photographs of London at night that I took on that very trip. We decided to go just after sunset so we could see the bright lights of the city from above. If you like what you see then I highly recommend visiting it for yourself, you won't be disappointed!