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Day 194: Lovers

Day 194:  Lovers at London South Bank Fountain

From a visit to the South Bank Fountain on 12 July 2008 as part of the photo-a-day project.

Another candid image of a different couple taken on the same day at the London South Bank Fountain was posted last July.

[Canon EOS 5D | ISO 1600 | 85mm | f/2.0 | 1/250 seconds]

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Day 157: Westminster Pier

Day 157:  Westminster Pier

05 June 2008, 2200 Hours

 

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Day 153: Lambeth Bridge

Lambeth Bridge

01 June 2008; 2205 Hours

 

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Day 147: The Hitchcock Impression

The Hitchcock Impression

Corner of Coventry Street and Haymarket.

Autofocus wouldn’t lock and I am too blind to use Manual Focus successfully ­čśŽ

 
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Posted by on September 15, 2008 in photoblog, Project 365, Project 366

 

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Day 146: Lost in the fog

Lost in the fog

I was too tired to make the most of the foggy twilight we had on day 146 ­čśŽ

This is London Bridge; regular visitors to London will have noticed Tower 42 disappearing into the fog. There are a few viewpoints that I have planned for foggy nights like this but I didn’t see this one coming.

 
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Day 139: Goodbye For Now

Goodbye For Now

 
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Day 138: London Bridge (Vertorama)

London Bridge (Vertorama)

This is two horizontal shots stitched together with ptgui for a square image.

The shot was set up on Day 137 (previous day) but there wasn’t much river traffic when I needed there to be so I went back on Day 138 for this shot.

(The purplish sky in recent shots are rain skies at twilight).

This present bridge was built in the early 1970s but there has always been a bridge at this site and the first bridge built in 50 A.D. may have been built by the Romans.

 
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