Lake Havasu

By GillyB    
Very many thanks for all the comments, votes and awards on my Scripps Pier shot ... I have never had such a fantastic response before Grin

This is also from a trip to Southern California, driving north alongside the Colorado River and dipping into Arizona you come across the magnificent Parker Dam. Beyond the dam is Lake Havasu. The main city on the lake, appropriately called Lake Havasu City, is the home of London Bridge which was bought, disassembled and reassembled in this lovely location.

I have uploaded London Bridge as a version.

Thanks as always for your time.

Tags: London bridge Arizona Landscape and travel Lake havasu

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Comments


Techno Plus
11 4.1k 8 England
7 Apr 2016 11:59AM
Nicely composed, with interest throughout the frame....

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Fabulous image, great detail lovely colours superb capture, Gill.
BRITCHIE
GillyB Plus
14 317 8 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2016 12:28PM
Thank you Smile
Beautiful image
GillyB Plus
14 317 8 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2016 1:54PM
Thank you Smile
EMJAYCEE Plus
10 10 10 England
7 Apr 2016 2:54PM
The eye just keeps travelling - love the composition.
Joan
GillyB Plus
14 317 8 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2016 3:47PM
Many thanks!

Smile
7 Apr 2016 5:07PM
Beautiful view, beautifully captured..Lin
GillyB Plus
14 317 8 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2016 6:00PM
Thank you Lin

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taggart Plus
15 47 13 United States
7 Apr 2016 6:43PM
Beautiful work Gilly!
ade123 Plus
6 285 1 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2016 7:15PM
An outstanding landscape Gill. What an amazing view.Superb photography

Ade
GillyB Plus
14 317 8 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2016 8:02PM
Thank you Jenn and Ade, much appreciated!

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ddolfelin Plus
7 103 3 Wales
8 Apr 2016 8:37AM
Excellent work, Gilly.
Rumour had it that they thought they were buying Tower Bridge.
GillyB Plus
14 317 8 United Kingdom
11 Apr 2016 9:51PM
Thank you Peter, yes that is the rumour but I am not sure if there is any truth in it. The bridge was apparently sinking which meant large boats couldn't sail under the arches hence it needed replacing. It looks very nice where it is now Smile

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