Magnificent Night View of London by Jason Hawkes

Renowned aerial photographer Jason Hawkes has spent the last year capturing the British capital for his new book, “London At Night”. All his work is done from a twin engine helicopter flying between 800 to 1500 feet above the ground.

Magnificent Night View of London by Jason Hawkes

Magnificent Night View of London by Jason Hawkes

The BT Tower, previously known as the Post Office Tower. The rotating restaurant at the top of the tower is due to reopen in time for the 2012 London Olympics

Magnificent Night View of London by Jason Hawkes

The glass roof of the Great Court at the British Museum, designed by Foster and Partners

Magnificent Night View of London by Jason Hawkes

Harrod’s in Knightsbridge

Magnificent Night View of London by Jason Hawkes

The Albert Bridge, illuminated with thousands of light bulbs

Magnificent Night View of London by Jason Hawkes

Oxford Circus, with its new Tokyo-style diagonal pedestrian crossings

Magnificent Night View of London by Jason Hawkes

Charing Cross station

Magnificent Night View of London by Jason Hawkes

Looking west over the Houses of Parliament

Magnificent Night View of London by Jason Hawkes

Commuters wait for trains at London Bridge station

Magnificent Night View of London by Jason Hawkes

The South Bank at night. Prominent features in this image include the National Theatre and Hayward gallery, the Royal Festival Hall, the London Eye and Waterloo station

Magnificent Night View of London by Jason Hawkes

Photos by Jason Hawkes

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