My Artwork - London @ Night. England. Shop

  • London is a wonderful city, that in the whole, embraces diversity and different cultures.
  • London is a hub for tourism.
  • Historically diverse, London offers a multitude of attractions.
  • When you visit London there is something for every one.
  • London is a city of discovery, you will always find something new.
  • A city that never sleeps.
  • In this short chapter I cover London at night.
  • Walking the streets of London at night, with your camera in your hand, is a surreal experience.
  • In this section I will offer a brief history of my picturesque moments.
  • The London Eye looks magnificent at night.
  • It was erected in 1999 in anticipation for the new millennium.
  • It's thirty two carriages represents the thirty two boroughs of London.
  • The observation wheel of the London Eye has witnessed  over five thousand marriage proposals.
  • Romance is literally in the London air.
  • Tower Bridge is one of my favourite London attractions and at night it visually offers a different perspective.
  • In 1894 Tower Bridge was opened to the public, it took eight years to build.
  • The north and the south side of the bridge fall under the jurisdiction of two different London boroughs , Southwark and Tower Hamlets respectively.
  • The Tower lifts up approximately eight times a day.
  • This tradition is seeped in history which  dates back to the parliament act of 1885.
  • This act was introduced to protect and give free right of way to all vessels on the Thames passing through the bridge.
  • Up to 1976 many mechanisms that operated the bridge were powered by steam.
  • The Shard is the tallest building in the United Kingdom.
  • The Shard opened in 2013 and was designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano. 95% of construction materials used to build the Shard were sourced from recycled materials.
  • At night The Shard offers amazing views. 
  • Liverpool Street at night is still very much alive.
  • Named after the Earl of Liverpool and British PM Robert Jenkinson(1812-1827). The surrounding areas of Liverpool street are certainly diverse.
  • At one side you have The Bank of England and the Stock Exchange surrounded with skyscrapers such as the Walkie Talkie and the Cheese Grater.
  • Whilst in the opposite direction you have the short walk to Spitalfields Market and Brick Lane. 
  • I do hope you like my work.

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