The Light of London
By Out.com Editors
Photo: Jean-Michel Berts
If all you’ve seen of London is a foggy, gray metropolis teeming with trench-coat-wearing Brits, you’ve likely only seen the town on film. As any visit to the land of double-decker buses will show you, the city is chock full of stately architecture, stunning green spaces, and, OK, one giant clock. And if you’re not heading to Blighty any time soon, The Light of London does a fine job of showing off the town’s most gorgeous angles. Filled with photos taken at dawn and dusk by Jean-Michel Berts, the 132-page tome exhibits London’s modern and mature buildings as you’ve never before seen them.
The Light of London (Assouline) is out now.
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