86 thoughts on “Cannon Street, London.

  1. Reblogged this on NoelG and commented:
    This is one of a huge number of striking photos. A fabulous site.

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  2. ‘was wondering if i’d seen that building last time. Railway station is it?
    Your shot is very good, made me think of Chaplin’s Modern times.

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    • Hi Leslie, thank you for stopping by! During image processing I accentuate the colors, light and contrasts using the different tools of Photoshop.

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  3. I am currently working on some Medieval landscapes… Any recommendations for parts of cities, London or other, that you have visited that have very old buildings or resources that may have reference photography from long ago?

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      • So here are six places in London what could be interesting for you: ‘St Dunstan-in-the-West’, Fleet Street. Traditionally Neo-Gothic building, built between 988 and 1070 AD. Removed in the early 19th century and rebuilt in 1831. ‘Christ Church Greyfriars’, established as a monastic church in the thirteen century. Destruction in the Great Fire of London of 1666, rebuilt in 1687. ‘St Pancras Old Church’, Pancras Road. ‘Southwark Cathedral’, a Gothic Church, built between 1220 and 1420. ‘Temple Church’, built by the Knights Templar, a late 12th-century church between Fleet Street and River Thames. ‘Lambeth Place’, the official London residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury. It was acquired by the archbishopric around 1200 AD. I hope that I found something of interest for you….πŸ™‚

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      • Great stuff, thank you so much for taking the time. I finally completed inking on my latest scene and mentioned and linked your blog to say thanks! I wish I could do moreπŸ™‚

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    • Hi Marina…and thank you, I found this photo looks best in monochrome because of the building structure. I’m happy you like it! Josephine.

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    • Haha, some views really make me feel like flying. I’m not always happy about that….I prefer to be on the ground. ;-))

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