Big Ben Half Framed

Now that I am posting some of Daniel’s photos from England, you may find that they are similar to earlier posts of mine, but it is always interesting to see another person’s perspective of the same famous landmark.  St. Stephen’s Tower or Big Ben as it is commonly known (Big Ben is actually the massive bell inside the clock tower) makes an impressive picture no matter how it is taken, but I found this one particularly interesting because of how the building on the left seems to follow the shape of Big Ben, in effect framing one side of it.

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8 Responses to Big Ben Half Framed

  1. he has a natural eye and as you said yesterday your birthdays coming up 😉

    • Yes, I think he does too :). And regarding my birthday, maybe all my blogging friends could start sending subliminal messages to my husband so that he will feel compelled to get me a new camera!! LOL I’m going to a big photography show on Saturday, so I will definitely be scoping out the latest models.

  2. Jeff Sinon says:

    You need to get that boy a “real” camera. He appears to have outgrown the P&S.

    • Yes, I agree, but the problem is that he is saving for a new computer too. That’s why I’m hoping to be able to hand down my DSLR to him. I think it would suit him much better because he has really big hands and his P&S is just a wee little thing. 🙂

  3. dorannrule says:

    Picture perfect postcard! Really! 🙂

  4. zelmare says:

    This is really a lovely shot! 🙂

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