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London

Steve Stamford | Under Tower Bridge

Under Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge across the Thames in London. Tower Bridge is possibly the most recognised place in England and is still in working order - This image was taken low down and dark, then processed to give a slightly surreal effect
Steve Stamford | Blues and Royals Life Guards

Blues and Royals Life Guards

Members of the Blues and Royals Life Guards, mounted division at Horse Guards Parade, London. Part of the Household Cavalry and another iconic British symbol of state.
Steve Stamford | London Eye at night

London Eye at night

The London Eye is a very familiar London landmark and has gondolas that slowly rotate giving passengers a unique experience and view of the city.
Steve Stamford | Red bus at Trafalgar Square

Red bus at Trafalgar Square

London red busses at Trafalgar Square in London. Nelson's column at Trafalgar Square with the iconic London red bus in the foreground.
Steve Stamford | London nights

London nights

Westminster bridge with the houses of parliament behind - light streaks from passing traffic add a dynamic touch.
Steve Stamford | Boadicea and Big Ben

Boadicea and Big Ben

The statue of Boadicea on the banks of the Thames in London, the clock / tower known as Big Ben in the background.
Steve Stamford | Big Ben and the bus

Big Ben and the bus

A scene from London featuring the Elizabeth Tower on the Houses of Parliament more commonly known as Big Ben and a passing red london bus and traditional london taxi.
Steve Stamford | London Red Bus

London Red Bus

Traditional London red bus on the streets of London
Steve Stamford | Big Ben and the bus - popped

Big Ben and the bus - popped

A colour popped scene from London featuring the Elizabeth Tower on the Houses of Parliament more commonly known as Big Ben and a passing red london bus and traditional london taxi.
Steve Stamford | Nelson on his column

Nelson on his column

Nelson atop the famous Nelson's Column in Trafalgar Square, London.
Steve Stamford | Thames barrier

Thames barrier

The Thames barrier at Woolwich forms part of the London flood defence scheme and features a series of rotating gates that effectively dam off the upstream area from the incoming surge tide.
Steve Stamford | London and the Thames at night

London and the Thames at night

The many conflicting light sources that bid to dominate the city lead to some interesting patterns in the sky over the Thames in London Please note due to the 3:1 panoramic ratio this image is suited to canvas and paper prints but if used on any mug there will significant 'blank' areas top and bottom.
Steve Stamford | In the blink of an eye 1

In the blink of an eye 1

On the bank of the Thames in London is this rather large Ferris wheel known over the years by many names depending on who owns it at the time, but pretty much universally known as The London Eye.
Steve Stamford | In the blink of an eye 2

In the blink of an eye 2

On the bank of the Thames in London is this rather large Ferris wheel known over the years by many names depending on who owns it at the time, but pretty much universally known as The London Eye.
Steve Stamford | Abstract eye

Abstract eye

On the bank of the Thames in London is this rather large Ferris wheel known over the years by many names depending on who owns it at the time, but pretty much universally known as The London Eye. This unusual viewing angle makes for a rather abstract image.
Steve Stamford | Tower Bridge moonlight

Tower Bridge moonlight

Tower Bridge across the Thames in London. Tower Bridge is possibly the most recognised place in England and is still in working order - the centre sections lit here in blue lift to allow larger vessels to pass. A full moon adds to the scene
Steve Stamford | Tower bridge drama

Tower bridge drama

Tower Bridge in London taken late evening with no traffic. Digitally processed to increase the drama created by the low and unusual point of view.
Steve Stamford | Westminster bridge bus

Westminster bridge bus

A long exposure coupled with a rear curtain flash give the iconic London Transport red bus a see through effect as it crosses Westminster bridge with the houses of parliament behind.