We decided to switch things up a little the other day and catch the Thames Clipper, since we live so close. It was a lovely spring day, though a little chilly on board ship, and JQ decided to break his nap strike and actually sleep a little while he was on board (of course only while in his carrier).
Pro tip–to get the best looking pictures, try balancing the camera on top of your baby’s head while you try to get the best shots. He’ll wiggle and possibly even squeak at you, leading to the best crooked pictures you’ve ever taken. (I’m well on my way to teaching a photography course!)
I did end up getting few good pictures without millions of heads and the backside of the boat in them, however. This one of Tower Bridge, for example.
There were also some people out enjoying the river
Oh, and London Bridge too. I think most Americans assume that London Bridge must be some fabulous looking bridge that’s the most amazing thing they’ve ever seen. Well, it’s not.
Just kidding; that’s not actually London Bridge. It’s Waterloo Bridge. But the principle is the same.
And just in case you’re wondering what the backside of a boat looks like, here you go. You can thank me later.