St Paul's through the Millennium

By SlowSong
St Paul's Cathedral seen through the bars of the Millennium Bridge. I liked the old but modernised buildings to the right under the bridge, and gave the image a graphic treatment which I think brings out the lines.

Tags: Street photography Photo journalism Thames St pauls Bridge Millennium Architecture Digitally manipulated


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Comments


rontear Plus
12 8 7 England
3 Sep 2008 5:50PM
Artistic image Chris, watercolour effect. Ron.

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RockArea Plus
9 18 3 United Kingdom
3 Sep 2008 8:38PM
I like this but I wonder if I'd like it more if the sky was masked off before the effect was applied. Dunno, just a thought.

David
BlueRoom Plus
9 73 20 United Kingdom
4 Sep 2008 11:32PM
I love the strong abstract shape of the metalwork here and the effects you have applied work extremely well. It worries me slightly the degree to which the modern elements dominate the iconic St. Pauls, but even in my own mind I cant decide whether that is a flaw or a strength. One thing I am sure of though is that this picture deserves a lot more attention than it has received.
This needs more attention from voters, really first class in every respect

* the image is planets colliding
SlowSong Plus
7 5.8k 29 England
5 Sep 2008 11:18AM
Thank you for your kind attention. I rather see it as the old struggling for recognition amongst the new - and holding it's own. St Paul's will not be ignored. I can see what you're getting at though Eric. Much appreciated comment.
Chris
gerrymac 8 10 1 United Kingdom
25 Sep 2008 2:12PM
The treatment really suits this image,,,another super wall hanging,1st class...
Gerry
bliba Plus
10 2 Austria
26 Sep 2008 5:24PM
differnt and very good..like the treatment
oppo 9 6 2 Scotland
29 Sep 2008 7:44PM
I do agree with Eric. It deserves much, much more attention. The P.S. treatment you have chosen works well .

Phil
helenlinda Plus
8 342 22 United Kingdom
29 Sep 2008 9:54PM
Very nicely done
Helen

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