Westminster Abbey

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Comments (16)

Nick Weall on May 4, 2009

This enormous Westminster Abbey only just squeezes into my 14mm lens

Valerie on May 4, 2009

Oh what nice memories...I went to London 8 years ago by now, I was only 14 years old and I stayed there only for one day... That's because we were there on a study-journey and we stayed in Eastbourne, as I told you. I would like to come back there and stay more time...You have portrayed London in a very special way. :))

Ciao! Valeria

Nick Weall on May 4, 2009

..Valerie.. ~~ Welcome dearest friend and I'm glad to be able to refresh some of your memories of London ~ of course subjects like this are photographed every minute almost, so it is hard to be original and of course one wishes to show them off at their best for GE browsers. So not too many tricks just my wide angle lens working its magic again. Isn't it wonderful to have dearest Eleni back with us again too:). I'm so glad you like the bloom wood shot so much ~~ I'll reply to your beautiful comments that you left there later ~~ All the very best to you dearest Artemis from nick with hugs and kisses too

eleni iak. on May 4, 2009

So here we are all together again..!! I was sure by looking at the photo that Valeria would have beautiful memories from London with a building like this!! You captured it very well my dearest one!Very very nice!

Many hugs and kisses, ciao Eleni

Nick Weall on May 4, 2009

eleni. ~~ It is an enormous Abbey dearest one and thank you so much for your wonderful compliments and now I go off the work ~~ have a great day immortal one ~~ xxxoooxxx Ciao nick

Voar Alto NO VIEWS on May 5, 2009

And the middle said,stop!! You are squashing me.Regards from Portugal

Nick Weall on May 5, 2009

Voar Alto ~~ Hm a very good point :)))) LOL ~~ all the very best to you ~~ ciao nick

Art Anderson on May 5, 2009

Great dramatic shot of the Abbey, and I'm not going to ask you to level it, my friend, as you have conveniently hidden the horizon behind it. Very interesting Camera Angle...hmmmm. Best regards. -Art

Nick Weall on May 5, 2009

ArtnScience ~~ Yes the good thing with converging verticals is it is very difficult to know quite what is what when it comes to horizontals ~ however with a spirit bubble on my tripod and a level or two within my Camera ~ I have no excuses ( I looked at neither for this shot!) ~~ All the very best to you Art from nick

Manoo G on May 5, 2009

I have seen your latest batch of uploads Nick. I see you have made a good use of your fisheye. Nice perspective of this Abbey, looks as this is the only way to get whole structure in one frame due to limited space. Mnaoo

Nick Weall on May 5, 2009

Magic10 (^_^) ~~ yup wide angle was the only way dear Manoo ~ this abbey for example is enormous ~ I parked my Landi around the corner from here and walked all of the way around the other Monday morning shots ~ all the very best to you from nick

J. Miguel Roncero on May 8, 2009

Incredible... really cool composition. It's a very good picture, congratulations ;)

Greetings from Norway!

Nick Weall on May 8, 2009

Heferstion ~~ Thanks again for your lovely comments ~ the composition forced itself upon me really ~ it was the only way to get the entire Abbey in the shot! Friendly greetings to you from nick

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on May 9, 2009

Yeah Nick, that's a great fish eye image of Westminster Abbey. It gives the perspective an even greater dimension. Nice job.

Cheers,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Jim

Nick Weall on May 9, 2009

AXOTA ~~ Hi Jim it is so nice to have you back in circulation again ~~ Glad you like this shot ~~ thanks ~~ Ciao nick

Nick Weall on May 15, 2009

Bruce da Moose :))))

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on May 4, 2009
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Nick Weall
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700
    • Taken on 2009/05/04 06:16:38
    • Exposure: 0.004s (1/250)
    • Focal Length: 14.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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