Tate Modern Level 10: Views of London

The London Tate Modern museum opened its fantastic new building in June 2016. The Switch House has a free viewing platform on level 10 where you can see the most amazing views of London, including all the most-loved favourites from this iconic skyline including the Razor, the Shard, the Gherkin and the Cheese Grater. These are some photos I have taken on a bright summers afternoon and edited in Photoshop to add a whimsical feel.

The Cheese Grater and Walkie Talkie atop of the Southwark Bridge.

The Cheese Grater and Walkie Talkie atop of the Southwark Bridge.

The London skyline is constantly evolving, as you can see with all the cranes and building works occurring.

The London skyline is constantly evolving, as you can see with all the cranes and building works occurring.

The iconic Shard building rises sharp and tall in the London skyline.

The iconic Shard building rises sharp and tall in the London skyline.

Busy, bustling London streets amid the high-rises.

Busy, bustling London streets amid the high-rises.

View of The Razor (aka Strata Tower) in Elephant and Castle.

View of The Razor (aka Strata Tower) in Elephant and Castle.

From inside the observation deck, everyone has their phones out to take pictures.

From inside the observation deck, everyone has their phones out to take pictures.

The observation deck of the new Tate Modern building on Level 10 is open until 17:30 Sunday-Thursday, and 21:30 Friday and Saturday.

You can download the original sized photos from my Tate Modern album on Flickr.

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