I think they need to light it up a bit better. What are they scrimping for? lol Neat shot of it, Jethro.
Thank you for your kindness N1W
I will mention your thoughts on luminosity to the powers that be, but the British are not likely to turn it up any. They are more likely to fit an infra-red detector so that the whole dang thing turns off when no one is around!
Say, that's not a bad idea, Jethro. You could even put a clapper on the whole shebang. Clap on! Clap off! Imagine all the new tourist shillings that would pour in in happy anticipation of turning the London Bridge off.
And the confusion of the airplanes thinking its London Heathrow's beacon or shipping thinking its Dover lighthouse!
Back to the drawing board methinks.
WHOA!! Too bad I didn't stick around for nightfall ... I had no idea the bridge was that well illuminated!! Really nice!
Should of done the night shot Kevin. I have a couple on Pano, it's really quite easy to take due to them insisting on using up all the National Grid to light it. The best shot is 3/4 mile away up stream, but it is spoilt at the moment due to bridge repairs in between the bridges.
my biggest dream to visit London !
You need three weeks to see it all properly. You get a vote for black Sabbath, but not for Thomas Hardy.
why so?...:( keepclicking?tell me please?In london remains something Chrles Dickens'times?
I find Hardy too dreary. Dickens is excellent for a narrative description of London at the time. London is a very big city with many different things to do and see over a mssive area. It is not like some cities where there is only three or four streets worth looking at.
I dream to travel through London by the underground come out on the surface to explore surroundings!:)
Thats the best way Roma.
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