Photograph taken from the Terrace Gardens, Richmond, close to the ‘Bulbous Betty’ sculpture.
The chimney of the former Bankside Power Station (now the Tate Modern) superimposed against the massive One Blackfriars hotel and apartment block.
Singer-songwriter who spent 332 weeks in the UK charts in the 1960s and 1970s and was buried in Mill Hill Cemetery after his death in 1983 aged just 42.
Shrewsbury’s Market Hall and Clock Tower was unpopular when it replaced an earlier Victorian building in 1965, and it still divides opinion to this day. But while the market hall is something of a carbuncle, the clock tower is a fine example of 1960s architecture. If talk of demolishing the complex ever comes to fruition, it is to be hoped that the clock tower could be retained.
Decades after NASA denied the Mercury 13 participants the opportunity of becoming America’s first woman in space – and 52 years after Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the Moon – 82-year-old aviator Mary Wallace Funk finally makes it into space aboard Jeff Bezos’ New Shepard spacecraft.
She is the oldest person to date to fly in space.
Days of sunshine give way to clouds just in time for the eclipse, but it was possible to take this shot close to the maximum phase.
Near Upper Holloway Overground station, North London.
Union Flag flies at half mast following the death of HRH the Duke of Edinburgh.
Nat West tower and its newer, larger neighbour.