Photographer's Note

This photograph is taken in Trafalgar Square in City of London in January 20 years ago. It is situated in the borough of the City of Westminster. It was built in commemoration of the naval battle of Trafalgar in 1805. In the 1820s, George IV will request the redevelopment of this area from John Nash, a builder. It is 1845 to have become the present form. I remember that the countless pigeon was in the square with many tourists. The building which is back visible is the National Gallery. This square was visible to place in which the influence of once British Empire is impressed rather than the beautiful square.
This photograph is scanned with CanoScan Lide60 and digitized.

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