The end of the suspension cables ~ Millennium Bridge and St Paul's

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scml on May 24, 2009

Lucky you Grasshopper...we need some sunshine a bit today but it is cloudy again...but the waters are receding...the rain has that is good though we are still cut off from everywhere ;) all along the coast...we have enough water here to create another sea...would you like some ;)

Pano is misbehaving badly...been doing funny things all telling me to sign in to send a comment..when I am signed in...just playing silly buggers ha ha

Older age does bring patience doesn't it...some...times :)

Glad your having a nice day...I might get a long weekend out of this if I can't get to that would be bad wouldn't it ha ha

I guess I will just have to suffer the consequences ...

All the best from Racoon ;)whose had a lazy nice ;)

Nick Weall on May 24, 2009

scml ~ I'm watching GP race right now Sandy ~ my boy leading the race ~ Mr Button! C U soon little Racoon

Nick Weall on May 25, 2009

blai ~ Where ever you go in London Blai there is always something nearby to catch the eye and worth building a shot around ~ at present I'm concentrating on some of the more obvious attractions from new or little used angles and also concentrating on some of the more modern high rise buildings ~ it is amazing how much London has changed over the past fifty odd years. So once again many many thanks for your lovely long visit and wonderful compliments ~ Saludos nick

davidcmc58 on June 21, 2009

Very good impression of the bridge! Great use of lighting as well. David

Nick Weall on June 21, 2009

davidcmc58 ~ Hi there David and it is very good to welcome you here this fine and sunny morning ~ glad you like this shot David and I hope all is going well for you ~ Ciao nick

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on May 17, 2009
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    by Nick Weall
    • Taken on 2009/05/10 06:45:07
    • Exposure: 0.003s (1/320)
    • Focal Length: 48.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/9.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash