Big Ben Through Glass | 24th February 2014
Big Ben Through Glass
2014, Bridge Street, London, England
As the late afternoon sun struck the face of Big Ben I searched for a position to capture Christopher Wren’s iconic structure. By shooting through a glass roof I was able to diffuse the brightness of the reflective surface of the clock face. Using a filter gives the scene a mysterious, almost dream-like quality.
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Big Ben Through Glass2014, Bridge Street, London, England
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