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What a wonderful framed view! Makes me "homesick"!
Great view Emm! It's very hard to pull off shots like that, because of the contrast of shadows vs. the lighted sky, but you did a pretty good job doing so.I would have made the same choice, because of that sky. Awesome Job!
Very nice photo!!! Hope to see it when I'm in London.
I love the way one can see Canary Wharf in the distance :-)
Great shot, Emm! I can't wait to see those elephants. Hope they'll still be around later this summer.
Love this one!Love the clouds and the composition, Emm.B xx
Great pic and great place!!I was there on Wednesday 16th and Thursday 17th!!@ Ashwathy - don't think you can see Canary Wharf(unless you can see round corners!!) - certainly the Gherkin in the city looks good.Keep in touch Emm, revivor
Interestin photo, have you done the London Eye yet?
Such a mesmerizing place! you did a great job in that photo, it shows how lively the place is and how beautiful it is. It is like a piece of art. You make me think of borrowing it and use it in my post card if it is fine for you :)By the way I also want to share this blog http://cebutourist.com/, maybe you are also interested in other historical places in Asia. Cheers mate! I will definitely visit this place again to see updates :)
@ Kiki: Aaaah, thank you. You always know how to bring a smile to my face.@ Kathy: Thank you! And sorry for making you homesick!@ Phoenix: Thank you so much! I did not realise it was so dark - it looks brighter on my PC before I posted it.@ Erin: Thank you. It is a nice little centre - just between London Bridge and the Thames.@ Ashwathy: Heh. Canary Wharf is further east. That is the City.@ JaPRA: Aaaaw, you've just about missed them but you could try catch up with them at Westfield Shopping Centre from 21st to 30th June.@ Betty: Thank you!@ Revivor: heh! We just missed you then as we were there on 15 June!@ Ryan: Yes, I just went on the London Eye recently and must make an effort to get around to posting about it!@ Janice: You're welcome to use it, thank you! I'll be sure to visit your site!
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