129 thoughts on “Blackfriars Solar Bridge, London.

  1. I wish you would visit Ft. Myers (Florida is a good winter spot!)–just wrote about how much I love running the bridge here, and looking forward to running the Ambassador in Detroit (have also run the Golden Gate). Anyway, superb art!

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    • I’d really like to be in Florida…such a wonderful warm place to escape from the german winter! I hope one day… πŸ™‚

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  2. A very nice composition JosΓ©phine. Went to Blackfriars this summer. Quite a departure from the 19th century Blackfriars. πŸ™‚

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  3. Reblogged this on My Opinionsville and commented:
    I going to have to reblog you until I can get everyone on WordPress in one place, so I can threaten to blow up the word, if I don’t get $50 in small change! LOL!

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  4. I going to have to reblog you until I can get everyone on WordPress in one place, so I can threaten to blow up the word, if I don’t get $50 in small change! LOL!

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    • I haven’t seen it before but sure it was a big structural alteration. I can imagine that not everybody likes it…

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  5. Love the colors here, specially the warm ones and the deep and dark sensation that is transmitting the water. The blue is a beautiful final touch in this fantastic composition.

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  6. note the architectural reference back to the ‘BlackFriars’ (Dominican Friars who had a priory on the North side of Thames) in the pulpit shaped supports of the arches spanning the river.

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  7. Never seen before such a bridge. Great colours, and I like the the situation, dont’t know the right word, from under the bridge.

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  8. Oh, wow. I love bridges and this does not disappoint. Great contrast between the golden hues and the electric violet/blue.

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