To bring photos from my minds eye - to the public through the lens of my Nikon D90 ∧ D80
I enlarged all 3...had to get a great look at all of them. I like the one with the police helicopter... unique!! (Love the gargoyle in the photo, too...)Can't wait to get back here to see more of your photos. I've not been to London....but it is a trip in my future....for sure.
I cannot tell you how much I love Big Ben, even as a little girl. When I finally saw it in person it was like a dream come true. I have no idea why I feel this way about a clock! Sunny :)
I'll got for number 2. Seeing the clock in black and white is a bit different. Shame there was a bit too much flare.
Fantastic shot. Everything is just perfect!
I would have to pick the first one for a classic photo postcard type of shot, but each is excellent in its' own way.The second portrays a definite mood, while the last gives an unusual point of view, but depicts the reality of what one may often see.As usual I enjoyed my visit very much. You always have a wide variety of beautiful shots.
I must be a traditionalist because I like the first one best, although the detail on the third is absolutely stunning.
I like the helicopter shot, historic and modern mingled together.
I'll go for the chopper - a BB with a difference ;-)
My vote is for 3 - captured at the perfect moment.
actually i enjoyed all three captures...though if i were to have a fav, it would have to be number uno.
Mac: Love the captures of Big Ben, especially the one with the copter near by.BTW: When I hear Big Ben I think of the Pittsbugh Steeler's quaterback Ben Rothlesberger.
The third one gets my vote.And I know you know, that is St. Stephen's clock. Big Ben is the bell, which is not shown. ;0) The term just got transferred to the clock and everyone now calls the clock by the bell's name.
#3 - I can see more details.
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