London riverbank


Mum and I were on a shopping trip, and finished off by walking along both sides of the Thames in central London.

North bank

Underneath one of the bridges. (I don't remember which.)
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Pillars that supported the old Blackfriars railway bridge.
1/20 at f4.5, 15mm, ISO200
A sign that's lost most of its white paint.
1/60 at f8, 22mm, ISO200
Concrete supports in the access road beneath an old building, possibly put there when it was built up higher.
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Cannon Street bridge and station platforms.
1/30 at f4.5, 22mm, ISO200
'LESS NOISE PLEASE - Consider Offices Above'. How old is that sign?
1/10 at f5.6, 22mm, ISO200
Disused building by the Tower.
1/20 at f4.5, 22mm, ISO200

South bank

Shad Thames, a street near Tower Bridge. (Wikipedia claims the name is a corruption of 'St John at Thames'; that's pretty damn corrupt.)
1/20 at f6.7, 10mm, ISO200
Used to be a wheat warehouse. Isn't any more.
1/20 at f4, 18mm, ISO200
Used to be St. Saviour's Dock and still is, I guess. But it isn't used for anything (except apparently by birds).
1/15 at f4.5, 21mm, ISO800
I have no idea why London Bridge is red at night, but it looks like the Thames is running with blood, which is interesting.
33434 (0x829a: Exposure Time): 3/10 (0.3) (1 Rational)s at f4.5, 17mm, ISO200

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