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St. Paul's Cathedral


Another view of St. Paul’s Cathedral from the south bank of Thames, shot when a small window of evening sunshine presented itself on the last day of the year 2005. For over 300 years now, the enormous dome of this cathedral has dominated the London skyline (those from Manhattan might consider the phrase ‘London skyline’ an excellent example of what one terms an ‘oxymoron’), something I read is about to change.
posted: 12.1.06

4 Comments

Good grief, there is just one great photo after another whenever I visit your site!

I am so envious of your talent :) You seem to catch the very moments when the sky looks dramatic or the light illuminates your subjects in a special way - something the mostly grey and polluted sky above and around Karachi seldom wants to do.

I wish you could sometimes do the photography for my articles.. :)

By Anonymous Helmi, at 12.1.06  



Thanks again for your compliments Helmi! I still have a lot to learn :)

That sounds like fun! The wonderful thing about the world we live in today is that it is a smaller place than it ever was - it won't be hard to collaborate when we get down to it :)

By Blogger Deepak, at 14.1.06  



Would you seriously consider a trip to Karachi in the near future?

By Anonymous Helmi, at 16.1.06  



Hi Helmi, not sure at the moment. I am traveling heavily till August this year. In the meanwhile if you happen to be in India, please do let me know!

By Blogger Deepak, at 18.1.06  


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