Indeed. I was going through the I Just Like It file, and came across two, independently selected, which make a nice pair.
And second, taken in January 2016, the Monument now just about visible in the scrimmage of smaller London
The Walkie-Talkie looks very big from the top of the Monument.
The Monument looks very small from the top of the Walkie-Talkie.
And while we’re about it, here is another photo that links these two buildings. Taken on that same day in November 2012, back on the ground, with a little sign on the right there, saying “Pudding Lane”.
The Monument remembers those who died in the Great Fire of London of 1666. Pudding Lane, or so I was always told, was where that fire started.
Also, three days after taking that photo of the Monument from above, above, I took this photo of the Monument from below, along with another sign, this time a temporary sign telling me how to get to the Monument:
The way to get to the Monument was not, it would seem, the obvious way to get to the Monument.