St. Paul's Cathedral looks good from any angle but some are better than other, especially in the night. This one was taken from the South side of the Millenium Bridge, close to the Modern Tate Gallery located in the former oil power plant (the unusual rectangular chimney with lilly-lit top you can see from the other side of the bridge, it's just behind me :-) It was raining that day, it was windy and really cold. I count myself among the brave for being able to stand there late in the evening and trying to shoot some meaningful shot. No tripod used despite shivering hands. Neat Image 4 used to remove the inevitable noise ISO 1600 creates.
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