The River Thames on a sunny day

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I took this image of the River Thames while walking across London Bridge a couple of weeks ago. I didn’t expect the image to work out, but I was very happy with the end result.

Tower Bridge, City Hall, HMS Belfast, London, River Thames, #MySundayPhoto, London Bridge
A classic scene of the River Thams on a sunny day. From left to right you can see City Hall, HMS Belfast and in the background, the iconic Tower Bridge.

I think this is a classic picture of the River Thames on a sunny day. I probably don’t need to tell you this, but from right to left that’s the bulge of City Hall just visible right at the edge with HMS Belfast dominating the foreground and the amazing Tower Bridge in the background (just to give you a contrast, here’s a black and white image I took from Tower Bridge a few months ago).

Although I am fond of this image, I would have to concede it gets zero points for originality. I was one of many, many people on London Bridge taking pictures of exactly the same scene!

If you want the detail, here it is. The image was taken using a 18mm-200mm lens and the focal length was 91mm, aperture f7.1, ISO 100 and shutter speed 1/200 sec.

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As I usually do on a Sunday, I have added this image to the #MySundayPhoto linky hosted by the brilliant @Photalife blog. Click on the badge below to visit the linky.



14 thoughts on “The River Thames on a sunny day”

    1. The Thames never looks the same two days running does it? the tide always differs and always different river craft travelling along it.

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