David Tucker, the London Walks Pen is also pretty handy with a camera phone. Or, as the man himself puts it, "Have Camera Will Flaneur"
As part of our review of the London year gone by, we're sure you'll enjoy The Best of Tucker's Tweets 2015…
A little something for you from Friday night's Along the Thames Pub Walk. pic.twitter.com/XfJyLshH67— London Walks (@londonwalks) April 28, 2015
What is it about these cryptic "notices" that keep appearing on brick walls in Carter Lane? Anybody any the wiser? pic.twitter.com/YyY1SYhDZC— London Walks (@londonwalks) April 14, 2015
Hidden lane just off Trafalgar Square. "London specialises in hiding the best of itself." pic.twitter.com/dY8pmiMc5z— London Walks (@londonwalks) April 14, 2015
Phew! That's a relief. Cradle ladle'd out onto the pavement but looks like baby wasn't for the toss. Notting Hill pic.twitter.com/iOoWBMjJXe— London Walks (@londonwalks) April 4, 2015
Strand on the Green. We'll walk it next Saturday. See it. And see Jesus' coffin. Not kiddin. On our blog in 96 hours. pic.twitter.com/1gDumhCWOQ— London Walks (@londonwalks) April 3, 2015
Unless you know exactly where to look... High above us, the brick with the initials on it... pic.twitter.com/y3Z11VVoPo— London Walks (@londonwalks) April 3, 2015
Sobering. Fingerprints. Luftwaffe fingerprints. Strand on the Green today. And 70 years ago. pic.twitter.com/Nb0WNEXJFi— London Walks (@londonwalks) April 3, 2015
Like some great alluvial beast emerging from the receding waters. Good Friday at Strand on the Green. pic.twitter.com/RFa1Vesir7— London Walks (@londonwalks) April 3, 2015
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