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Old 12th Jan 2014, 10:43 AM   #1
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Default Landscape - Greenwich and Docklands

Yesterday I went back to London Docklands and Greenwich, to take advantage of the wonderfully clean bright winter skies. I actually tried this over the Christmas break, but when halfway through found I had left the memory card in the computer, so I was firing blanks...

Anyway, broken into several messages to get similar images together.

First up, the Cutty Sark at at Greenwich, just as the sun was going down.

The wind was very low, so no issues with flapping ropes when it came to stitching images together for the wider angle shots.

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Next up, shots from around the giant lock gates and the swing bridge, where the docks join the river Thames.

The sun was low and reddening, so the light at ground level was not broigyht at all, but the tall buildings were still in sunlight.

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Old 12th Jan 2014, 11:03 AM   #3
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Default More central docklands

Some shots from more central docklands, mostly stitched panoramas. I really like the quality of light and the reflections in the water, In some cases theres a strongly darker blue band of sky - this is real, the light is polarised in these conditions, and the sky is darker at 90 degrees to the sun.
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Old 12th Jan 2014, 11:08 AM   #4
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Cool stuff. I think I have to go with 3 and 4 in the second batch.
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