South Bank, London
06 August 2013
Tower Bridge, London
26 July 2012
All the good spots were either taken or blocked off on the night I visited Tower Bridge so yesterday’s photograph of Tower Bridge was taken from the Tower Millennium Pier. The Pier is on the right; the embankment on the left was closed off.
In black and white:
Sunday 23 August 2009; 1417 Hours
[Canon EOS 5D Mark 2 | ISO 400 | 16 mm | 1/500 seconds | F/11]
From WikiPedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/West_pier
The West Pier is a pier in Brighton, England. It was built in 1866 by Eugenius Birch and has been closed and deteriorating since 1975, awaiting renovation.
It was Brighton’s second pier, joining The Royal Suspension Chain Pier of 1823, and it is one of only two Grade I listed piers in the UK, the other being Clevedon Pier.
A Thames Clipper docking at the pier one late evening (2230 hours)
Thames Clipper is a water-bus service operating in London on the River Thames. The company offers commuter services between eastern and central London, as well as tourist services under licence from London River Services. At present they transport around 2500 passengers daily.