More Skyline

August 2, 2008 at 1:37 pm (city skylines, misc)

A few of my fellow bloggers picked some skylines to share.  Skylersdad chose DenverCat has an awesome picture of Atlanta during a tornado last month, a few of my other readers chose Nashville (1st below) and Cheer likes London (2nd below), which I think is awesome, as well.  The first picture of London is a projected city in 2012.  The one below that, I believe, is the current version of the city.

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7 Comments

  1. Cinnkitty said,

    Am I on crack and just don’t know anything?? Seriously.. the bottom picture is London?? Really? I look at it and think “Dubai” or something.. maybe “Hong Kong”, but London?? Really???? Really, really? Geez… I gotta get out of the country more. 🙂

  2. Teri said,

    Kitty – I know, I thought the exact same thing but that’s one of the pictures that came up when I searched for “London skyline”. It’s just one of the views of London. I need to travel more, myself. WOW!

  3. Teri said,

    I took another look at that picture and it says that is what the skyline will look like in 2012. I guess they are building some of those buildings, now? Maybe someone can clarify?

  4. cat said,

    nope.

  5. Sans Pantaloons said,

    The Cheese Grater and the Helter Skelter are both still under construction I believe, although given the current state of the construction industry, they may be subject to slowdown.

    Info here.

  6. Teri said,

    Thank you for the link, Sans Pantaloons. You are always a wealth of information.

  7. Dr Zibbs said,

    Downright beautiful

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