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St Paul’s Cathedral by StewartMarsden

Perhaps one of the most photographed Vistas in London, maybe even the world. St Paul’s Cathedral was once the tallest building on the London skyline, It is certainly still the most Iconic

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The Void by Turnipfarmer

The Void – One New Change Shopping Centre, London, England – http://ift.tt/V5qrF7

A new image this time and one that I must have edited 5 or 6 different times, each time just not happy with the edit I did. I then revisited it yesterday and did this edit of it and instantly liked it, its odd how things occur sometimes. I think what was putting me off is the lack of clouds or textures in the sky behind St Paul’s, to me I need something to fill that gap or the balance of the highlight with the lowlights was just putting me off.

Anyway, with all that aside this is One New Change shopping centre, almost becoming a bit of a cliche now within the photographer fraternity so I tried something a little different and went for a low POV and surprising it worked really well although I did get an odd look from the gentleman in the photo but I don’t care :-).

Hope you all had a great weekend!

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Millennium Bridge Leading to St. Paul’s Cathedral by roliketto

This is the second shot of the same spot I posted earlier, from my recent trip in London.

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Millennium bridge leading to St. Paul’s Cathedral by roliketto

This is the shot from my resent trip in London with one of my dear student Padma Inguva from whom I learned a lot.

Millennium bridge leading towards St. Paul’s cathedral.

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A journey across the Millennium Bridge by BillGoodwin1

The beautiful Millennium Bridge, officially known as the London Millennium Footbridge, is a steel suspension bridge for pedestrians crossing the River Thames in London linking St Pauls Cathedral to the Tate Modern Art Gallery

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