Love the blueness of it. Like. A nice series of pictures.
Thanks Rosa, this was a day before the end of our combined five days of English spring and summer. It's raining hard now so i was luck with clear blue skies, decent light and some marvels to point a camera at.
I hope not :(
So - it hasn't deflated yet KC? What is happening inside it these days?
We have just had a day without rain - well almost! Is this a record?
02 have taken up the mantle and have turned it into a events venue and are staging world class bands/performers with great success. As far as I am aware, they have not yet taken control of the weather and such, the clouds are still black and low and delight in drenching us drought ridden soles in gallons of the wet stuff daily. Naturally, this is the wrong sort of rain and the water board insist on telling us that they haven't got any water and that we cannot use hose pipes(not that we need to at present) and to conserve water. Their PR department is to be admired for their excellence in this matter, but seem to be wholly silent with regard to the millions of gallons of wasted water daily that leak from their Victorian pipes that have not been replaced for the sake of share holder dividends. The term "farce" springs to mind (not that I should mention "springs" either).
Very impressive capture. Very nicely done.
Warm Greetings, Daniel
L & F
Belle image de ce lieu particulier!!!! Like,Hervé
I'm so glad you enjoyed it. Welcome to London.
Yes I love that blueness too!
Hi CarmelH, the early morning sun gave me this superb colour. Thanks for the visit and comment.
Very interesting place and shot.
My best wishes for a happy new year 2013!
Thanks for the visit and kind words James.
Happy New Year!!
Thanks Bassam, and the samne to you also.
Beautiful picture and view
Cheers to you also J.c
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Photo taken in Naval College Gardens, London SE10, UK
Misplaced? Suggest new location