Telephone booths in London, England
I am leaving for my move to France tonight, but as I will wake up in London tomorrow and spend the entirety of the day in this magnificent city visiting old friends and locating old haunts, I thought it only appropriate that my photo of the day be from London. And what’s more iconic than a row of red telephone booths? Designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, at one point there were more than 73,000, but their numbers were greatly reduced in past years. Yet despite this, the bright red boxes have become a shiny, crimson symbol of the United Kingdom. A trip to the UK isn’t complete without a visit and silly photo of these magical little boxes!