Another London night-time scene

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London Eye, Shell Building, London, London at night-time, Queen's Golden Jubilee Footbridge, Queen's Goldren Jubilee Footbridges,
The London Eye and Shell Building snapped at night from the western Queen’s Golden Jubilee Footbridge in Central London.

The other day I was having one of those sessions where you go through your phone clearing old images. I found this one, which was taken on one of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Footbridges in Central London. It was taken on the same night I took this picture.

I couldn’t leave this shot languishing on my phone. Even though it’s not perfect, I wanted to share it with the world.

I just love the contrasting blue of the Shell building and the red of the London Eye. I think it works well with the street light flaring in from the left hand side.

Strictly speaking I don’t live in London, but it is on my doorstep. I always try and take my camera with me when I go because it is so photogenic.

Do you have a favourite place you like to photograph? Maybe you have a favourite part of London you like to photograph? Please leave a comment below and tell me where it is.


18 thoughts on “Another London night-time scene”

  1. Nikki Frank-Hamilton

    This is gorgeous, and you are right, worth the capture. I don’t know that I will ever see this with my own eyes, thanks so much for sharing the shot!

    1. Hopefully one day you will get to see it with your own eyes. If you do, you’ll need to stand on the bridge on a clear night at about 10pm.

    1. Interesting you say that because it was simple snap taken on an iPhone! As for the impact, I think I have to thank the colourful lighting to thank for that.

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