Tag Archives: St Paul’s Cathedral

Viewing St Paul’s – edited

Ten days ago I posted a version of this image (exactly as shot) in which there were two heads visible between the ankles of the giant of a man who stands tall close to the left edge of the image. … Continue reading

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Viewing St Paul’s

The view of St Paul’s Cathedral from Tate Modern, and particularly from the Millennium Bridge which crosses the River Thames directly at that point, is one of the classic views in London. Every time I walk along South Bank or … Continue reading

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St Paul’s

Although it is always refreshing to find something new to say about a classic building (click here to view a recent unusual image of St Paul’s), the classic images still remain irresistible, particularly when the light decides tp play ball. … Continue reading

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St Paul’s Cathedral

St Paul’s Cathedral is a dominant feature on London’s skyline. There are also lines of sight at ground level as you approach the Cathedral from a number of directions. In addition to all that, local development has very cleverly employed … Continue reading

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