Tate Modern from underneath the Millenium Bridge ~ London

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Comments (14)

A.Lebacq on October 3, 2009

A very interesting view-point Nick, nicely done.

Have a nice weekend, Arthur

Nick Weall on October 3, 2009

A.Lebacq ~ A very good morning to you Arthur ~ here the weather is dull ~ hence my presence here :( ~ I'm pleased that you like this one and I hope the weather is better for you today than it is for us ~ Ciao nick

scml on October 3, 2009

Mmmm...love the angles in this one...and the leaning trees...and the leaning posts... :)

All very interesting little GH ;)

Well done...see ya soon from little Racoon ;)

Nick Weall on October 3, 2009

scml ~ everything leans in my shots Racoon, but hopefully the horizon stays horizontal:)))))

mardrl on October 3, 2009

Nice angle Nick. Now we are all hanging out under the bridge! :)

Nick Weall on October 3, 2009

madrl ~ cool place to chill Margot as the younger generation might put it:)

scml on October 4, 2009

:) It does at that little GH...but the trees in this one seem to emphasis it more so ;)

See ya aroon from litltle Racoon whose looking at grey skies this morning and hopeing they will go away ... bummer bummer bummer !!!

Nick Weall on October 4, 2009

scml G'day little grey eyed Racoon ~ I hope the clouds have cleared away by now ~ this morning it is the Japanese Grand Prix hence the early rising ~ the trees in this shot in the centre are actually pretty vertical ~ there are so many angles in the shot especially of the Tate Modern building that there might be a bit of optical illusion going on ~ see ya soon little Racoon ~ Ciao GH

scml on October 4, 2009

:) Don't you guys ever get sick of watching noisey cars running around in circles :)

Have fun...see ya from little Racoon ;)

Nick Weall on October 4, 2009

scml ~ You are kidding there is nothing better to fall asleep in front of :)))))

scml on October 5, 2009

:o))))))))))) Figures...I think...:)

Nick Weall on October 5, 2009

scml :))))

beegood on October 6, 2009

Nick Weall My favourite London museum! And my dear wibbly wobbly bridge ... AND beautifully captured!! What you are employing almost as perfect as the ancient Greeks is the Kontrapost (no idea about the English word, sry: you place the different leaning lines so very well composed together that they compensate each other and the result is strikingly harmonious. Amazing, dearest HB. leaning hugs, Maja

Nick Weall on October 7, 2009

beegood ~ Tate St Ives is very good too you know dearest Maja but I agree with you in London this is the most vibrant ~ and I'm glad to read that my command of Kontrapost is just the ticket ~ I was always very fond of the ancient Greek and Roman Myths ~ More Pisa hugs ~ Ciao HB

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  • Uploaded on October 2, 2009
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    by Nick Weall
    • Taken on 2009/09/27 08:59:57
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