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Wren's Eye View

By SiHunt_GrafficSnapZ    
Since it's Sunday we may as well make it a hat-trick. Taken in the evening, having walked over to the South Bank to shoot The Eye, on to Westminster, up The Mall, St. Martins, Holborn and on to Liverpool St. for the bus home, I noticed this View, not seen before. By now it was getting a bit dark so had to switch to auto/no flash. Straight out the camera but side cropped as that was how I saw the shot. A fair old plod but I got more than half the shots I was looking for to make the next commissioned calender.
Best advise for number one camera accesorry, a good pair of walking boots. Si.

Tags: Architecture Black and white Landscape and travel

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widtink 5 406 2 Scotland
25 Aug 2013 12:40AM
A good pair o boots for every occasion Si Smile


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Quote:A good pair o boots for every occasion Si Smile

Quite so Rod, I bet you get through a few more pairs than I, your terrain's a bit rougher. (No, I did nae mean t back streets of Glasgow)

Potra 5 Venezuela
25 Aug 2013 2:39AM
I hope we will get to see some of the calendar, Si. I am already curious!
Great shot. I really like the narrowness of the shot. I have been tempted to do this kind of cropping on some of mine and have been a coward thinking it is odd...Sad
Daisymaye Plus
9 23 16 Canada
25 Aug 2013 4:53AM
Good shoes or boots are always important when putting on the miles. Good shot........Sandy
xwang 9 56 8
25 Aug 2013 9:09PM
Nice mono, beautiful POV... great shot!

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