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Downloadable images at 1680x1050 pixels
(WSXGA+, Widescreen Super eXtended Graphics Array Plus, 8:5 aspect ratio)

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Joseph Beuys, The Pack, on display at Tate Modern in 2010

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Oxford Street, looking westward from Oxford Circus

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The sun sets on the Stow

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Queen's House colonnade

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Mind the Gap

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Tower Bridge and the Pool of London

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Royal Opera House, Bow Street frontage

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Somerset House

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Painted Hall, Greenwich

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The Shard under construction

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Bankside with Tate Modern

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St Paul's and the Wobbly Bridge

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Beigels all night

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The Lady of Sumaria in Berkeley Square Gardens

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Ornamental gateway at Bakers Arms

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The South Bank Lion, with inscription

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