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This is part of the construction at the Olympic complex in East London.
I was going to guess that it was a stadium, but your comment above already confirms that. Interesting picture.
As a UK taxpayer I hope it's all worth it!
Is everybody getting really excited about the Olympics?! It will be here, or there, before you know it. I can hardly wait to watch the coverage and see all the London landmarks!
I remmeber work had started in the tube stations even as early as 2008 when i was leaving London.I hope they plan for it better than they are planning for the Commonwealth Games in India :-/
Neat picture! I'm looking forward to seeing the best of London during the Olympics.
I love the contrast against the moody sky!!!! Mandy have a great new year!!! hugs, gena
Emm, Hope you had a lovely Xmas.Here's hoping everything comes true in 2010:)Have a very happy New Year!!Love,xoxoxoxo
I hope the London Olympics do not bankrupt the UK like the 2004 ones bankrupted Greece...Oh, I forgot - we are already bankrupt!
Fabulous.A belated Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year to you, Emm!
Fantastic shot! Only two more years now, to get it all finished.
@ Turnip: Hiya! Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Yup - it is part of the Olympic complex. The Husband says probably a biking circuit.@ Keith: As a London ratepayer, I doubt it.@ Kathy: Not half as excited as South Africans are for the World Cup. It has all become pretty political here.@ Ash: Logistically, I think they are planning it very well but it does tend to all be a waste of money, doesn't it?@ Erin: Unfortunately, most of the Olympic sites are well out of the centre of London but I am sure all the news crews will take a tour around!@ Gena: Aaah, that is England for you - it was blue skies and sunshine 5 minutes before. A good New year to you too!@ Betty: Thank you!@ Nikos: is London already bankrupt???@ Cowgirl: And to you too!! I look forward to your posts this year!@ Sheila: I do hope they'll get it all finished.... but I'm sure they will. More so than South Africa!
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