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  • Tate Museum

    written by lomomowlem on 2008-12-24 in #world #locations
    Tate Museum

    For a colour overload, head to the either Tate Modern or Tate Britain - full of great shooting opportunities. Try ground shots for great perspective shots whilst capturing the size and scale of the exhibition spaces. Be careful though, the attendants can take a dim view of photography so stealth is often the only way. Wait until they're gone then snap away and run! Who said museums were boring?

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  • Parliament Hill

    written by lomomowlem on 2008-12-24 in #world #locations
    Parliament Hill

    The place I always go back to is called Parliament Hill and is part of Hampstead Heath which is a huge park in North London. The best time to go is on a sunny Sunday afternoon. What you can see: lovers, loners, runners, ramblers, picnics, parties, young and old, bird life, wildlife, pond life, families, friends, poets, kids, kite flyers, tourists, sunbathers, strollers, sports, fun and frolics. Parliament Hill, a place where you can experience the very best sights, sounds and smells of London in one of its most wonderful parks.

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  • Night time skyline (cityscape)

    written by lomomowlem on 2008-12-23 in #world #locations
    Night time skyline (cityscape)

    Whatever the weather, whatever the season, when the sun starts to set London's skyline comes alive. To catch it, all you have to do is look up! 

  • Parliament Hill

    written by lomomowlem on 2008-05-09 in #world #locations
    Parliament Hill

    The place I always go back to is called Parliament Hill and is part of Hampstead Heath which is a huge park in North London.