Buildings on the opposite side of the Thames. The bottom part of the picture is the murky brown water of the river. The first building on the left is made of white brick. It has a large cylindrical building rising from above it – possibly a cathedral. Next to this there is a modern building – possibly flats or offices. It is made of black steel and has an orange front. There are 8 windows. Next to this there is a large brown building. This is old looking with many white framed windows. The final building on the far right is made of red brick. There are bay windows jutting out of the top. The window frames are grey.

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