After fighting London's frost-defeated public transport system to reach the tower in time for this morning's briefing, the prospect of a sunny, snowy London spread out below me was a tanatalising treat. I set myself a task: one image from each of the restaurant's windows, with the intention of stitching them together to make a panorama - and possibly a full 360 degree view. I've taken all the pictures, but it'll be a while before they're stitched and web-readied.
As a teaser, here's a zoom shot of the West End, specifically the area around Marble Arch. The red circle? It's 101 Wigmore Street, where I spend the days I'm not out on client site or working from home.
The open space is Hyde Park, and the big conglomeration of buildings next to where I work is Selfridges. Marble Arch itself is unfortunately hidden by the buildings.
A fuller panorama of the whole city will follow shortly!