One of my favorite places to visit, rest, and people watch in London because of it's great views from virtually every point...and there's almost nothing better than the relative calm and warm sunlight after a passing storm.
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ikeharel (37280) 2012-10-17 5:00
How did you manage the place on picture without even one pigeon in sight...? The wet pavement is a wonderful FG on image, added depth and even some reflection.
Nice taken with the many people stroll by, the great archi. details around, and that inspite of the cloudy sky's.
mayjayne (2792) 2012-10-17 7:38
From first glance, it seemed to me like a painting, perhaps due to the after storm tone. It is a fresh version of Trafalgar Square, and I like it.
JFS (32107) 2012-10-17 8:49
What a spectacular and brilliant shot! I've never seen this square so nice! My compliements for your work!
macjake (39227) 2012-10-17 10:56
I couldn't agree with you more!
not only about the location, but also the fact of taking photo's after a downpour of rain.
splendid architecture all around, and the people walking by add extra interest.
love the clean shine and shimmer of the photo, it has that great looking atmosphere.
Glint (5571) 2012-10-17 12:01
the rain has made this scene shimmer and come to life.I like the way the wet pavements reflects the colour of the sky.Everything is crisp and sharp.
kordinator (13411) 2012-10-18 0:27
Lovely square full of peoples and amazinf buildings in the background.
Wonderful cloudy sky.
Image rich of nice colors and excellent atmosphere.
Great postcard from London.
Robert1969 (6224) 2013-02-06 7:29
Yes, befor, or after the rain or storm is the
party. The wet pavement is absolutly a nice
extra, it give the picture some extra what I
not can describe, but I think that you know
what I mean. Light management and composition
are great and the cut up and/or below makes
the picture nice wide.
Noel_Byrne (7329) 2013-03-21 10:23
I always love how your shots are unique, and youve done it again here, due to the complete lack of pigeons! Normally, I think of this place, and see in my mind huge flocks of pigeons (or sky chickens as my little nephew calls them) but here you have replaced that with the milling crowds of people. Very nice POV here to show this off, and the wet ground compliments that really well.
All the best