Hey all

I know this is a bit odd but what I did last Wednesday night was fun and tiring at the same time.  It was great fun as I put some music on and there was a cold feeling throughout the journey. It was a refreshing night with a clear sky.  The only thing that I regret is that there was too much light pollution in London to see the stars.  I love the fact I hit the walk at high tide which I had not planned.

I took a series of long exposure photos. The shortest shots where around 30 seconds and the longest was around 3 minutes. They were all shot with high f-stops and 100 ISO for all shots and I think the results speak for themselves.

The images above are of the start of the walk. As you can see I have got an image in this set where you can see a tree in the water as this is a reflection.  I just love how bright the colors are and how they are shown in the river.  The river was not still by anyone means it was rough as there was boat traffic running past.

As you can see in the images above there are some with boat lights moving around the river.  There are a lot of amazing places at night in London I think the river is a part of that.

These are where done at the end of the walk where I reached London bridge which you can see in on of the images above.  I love how The Shard has a yellow-green glow to it as the office light hits the windows outside the building are light up from the office’s lights being on.

There are more images on my website and facebook page so please look and see some different shots I have done.



I hope you enjoyed this


P.S. Please excuse my spelling as I am dyslexic.

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