Along the Thames

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  1. Mohain

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    Two very different buildings taken Thursday evening, whilst it was getting stormy, along the Thames. The first one is obvious, the second is No.1 London Bridge.

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    Mohain
     
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    Know both scenes very well - very well portrayed The shot of Big Ben from this angle is great and that sky - fabulous . Thank God they got rid of that protester who had set up home in the square this shot would have been ruined. The shot of No 1 London Bridge captures that building brilliantly. Seen it many times but never potographed it and I don't think I could portray it any better and this really oes it justice. Well done, great images
     
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    wow ... both are fantastic, but I loke the first one a little bit more ... love the mood in the pic
     
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    He's still there. Can't really see him in this shot tho.

    Thanks for the comments :)
     
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    great images mo.... love the tones in that first one ;)
     
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    I really like the old feel in the first one, it really feels like I am stepping back in time.
     
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    Thanks AA & Cow :mrgreen:
     
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    I know those scenes as well and grrrr... every time I see somebodies shots from London I start to wonder why the heck I haven't seen this compositions!
     
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    That's a fantastic take on Big Ben. People usually zoom in/move closer and get the typical postcard shots. This one is unique. :thumbup:
    Nice tones as well.
     

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