Friday, January 13, 2012

Along the Thames, London

Along the River Thames, near the London Eye is a path that leads to the Golden Jubilee Footbridge. This is a very fun-filled path on weekends where plenty of street artists do some fantastic stuff. Some of them even pose as statues and that's quite unthinkable over the stretch on an entire day. 

Well, that's how I always saw it to be and sadly don't have any photos to share from then. But one windy weekday evening I stepped out to London Eye and caught a sight that gives a completely different picture. I felt that time had turned, and that's why this one's in black and white.





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12 comments:

  1. For me, that is the perfect capture of London -- foggy! Terrific, Rohit! You do get terrific shots! Love them! Hope you have a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  2. Great reason to post the shot in B&W. I always feel B&W shots are charming...:)

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  3. :) thank you saru...glad the reason is met!

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  4. That's such a lovely, moody shot, almost from a different era.

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  5. thank you :) appreciate ur kind words!

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  6. wonderful nightshot! thanks for joining us :)

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  7. Great shot Rohit! I love your images of London. it makes me long to travel again.

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  8. The drama and mood of this photo is stunning! Thank you for sharing and for linking up with Tones on Tuesday!

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  9. thanks so much Liz and Emily :)

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