Of my many trips to London, I’ve only been up on the London Eye once. This photograph was taken in March of 2007 and it remains a favourite of mine taken in the city of London. The haze around the city mixes with the colours of the sky so beautifully that it makes me pause every time I rediscover this picture. Big Ben and the Elizabeth Tower surrounding the bell, as well as all of the Parliament buildings seem to stand out against the rest of the city, along with Westminister Bridge.
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Categories: London, Photography, Travel, Travel Photography
Tags: Architecture, Big Ben, Bridge, Britain, City, Cityscape, Clock, Clock Tower, Elizabeth Tower, England, Europe, Gothic Revival, Great Bell, Great Clock, Great Clock of Westminster, Haze, House of Commons, House of Lords, Houses of Parliament, London, London Eye, Neo-Gothic, Neo-Gothic Architecture, Palace of Westminister, Parliament, Photography, River, River Thames, smog, Thames, Travel, Travel Photography, UK, United Kingdom, Victoria Tower, View, Water, Westminister, Westminister Bridge
In August of 2012, I spent some time in southern Ontario and with that comes the capitol of the province, Toronto. I discovered a random lookout point while driving around and getting lost in the city, and I spent a breakfast and a dinner here on different days. This photograph with the swan and the heavy cover of haze/smog seemed to capture a dramatic side of the city in the wee hours of the summer morning.
Categories: Ontario, Photography, Travel, Travel Photography
Tags: Cityscape, CN Tower, Haze, Lake Ontario, Ontario, Photography, Skyline, smog, Swan, Toronto, Travel, Travel Photography, vacation, Water