23 April 2017 • Telephoto view of St Paul’s Cathedral from Horniman Gardens – on high ground at Forest Hill, in SE London. In the background, on the horizon are the ridge of hills at Highgate and Hampstead. To the left of the dome of the cathedral are its twin towers above the west entrance. Further left (in shadow) is the remaining spire of Christ Church, Newgate. Further left again is the dome on top of the Old Bailey. The distance from Horniman Gardens to the cathedral is about six miles. It is a protected view in London so the residents of Forest Hill are privileged to be able to enjoy such a fine vista.