The view from my office

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  1. Rob

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    Perhaps a new theme?

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    Very nice picture of a very weird building.
    I just don't get you english people. Fancy making a building that looks like that in the first place and then going and calling it "The Gherkin".
    But you managed to do it justice in Black and White. Yay! Round of applause!!!!
     
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    :drool: OMG OMG OMG. That is a helluva view you got there! I wonder how you get anything done. :mrgreen:

    Incredible shot; the tones are just amazing.
     
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    Thats a great shot, brilliant use of b&w. The only thing that annoys be with it is the watermark. I kno theyre probably a good idea but they can be really off-putting.
     
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    Oh to have a view like that outside my office window. We get stuck with the delights of a portacabin and about an inch of sky. Great shot. I never thought London's skyline was so interesting.
     
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    I love how all the other building seem to form diagonals to draw your eye to the main building :thumbup:
     
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    A little different than the view from my office (cinder block). Nicely done! Very wierd building that captures everyone's first view.
     
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    Love the shot! What is the building that looks like an elongated Easter egg?
     
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    very interesting building and great shot :thumbup: :D
     
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    WOW what a view!!! great shot
     
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    Nice shot! Seems like the older buildings are just waiting for their demise.

    I second the motion for a theme "view from (or in) the office"
     
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    Tower 42 (the Natwest building) next - the view from there is supposed to be the best. It's the building mostly in silver with a black top half way between the gherkin and lloyds of london.
     

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