Battersea Power Station

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Comments (67)

Carolyn on May 14, 2010

Beautiful:) And thanks for all the info. I often saw this from the train when I was a student in London many years ago. Then I thought it was eyesore look how things change. You have some wonderful cityscapes in your gallery. Very creative viewpoints, also getting up early to avoid the crowds and getting that lovely light helps. I know I will never be a true artist I'm not commited enough to get out of bed in the morning.

Nick Weall on May 14, 2010

Carolyn Hello there Carolyn ~ yes I too used to drive past it now and then many years ago ~ it was one of those landmarks that you couldn't miss but really took for granted I'm glad that you have found some cityscapes that please you ~ there are rather a lot of them I'm afraid ~ I happen to be a natural early riser and enjoy that time of day best, although there was a time when late afternoon was for rising more in line with true artists perhaps :))

Diggory Venn on December 26, 2010

amazing industrial building!also connected with Pink Floyd!Nick I like Black Sabbath!Do You like this band?with good regards Diggory Venn!

Nick Weall on December 26, 2010

Diggory Venn ~ Ozzy Osbourne lives not so far from where I live ~ I used to like the band years ago, but preferred Pink Floyd I think :)) ~ all the best ~ nick

Nick Weall on April 14, 2011

Stefan Fischer ~ It featured on the cover of a Pink Floyd LP Stefan ~ More than that I do not know :) ~ Best wishes to you ~ nick

stacy metcalf on March 2, 2013

An awesome band. Great sentimental memories.

Thnx, Nick.

original LP artwork

Nick Weall on March 2, 2013

stacy metcalf ~ Ah those were the days my friend ~~~ All the best ~ nick

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  • Uploaded on May 31, 2009
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    by Nick Weall
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    • Taken on 2009/05/31 05:22:04
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