Tower Bridge of London by Night – in Photos The Tower bridge of London is a natural spot to practice night photography. As the sun goes down, the lights come on and frame it in all its brilliance. The Untraditional Changing of the Guards What Was, What Is SHARE Do It Yourself, Turkish Food – Part Four Chicken for dessert? Well, why not? The Thing About Iceland Oh Iceland, you are an elusive one. An Offbeat Road Trip in Alberta Good ol’ ridiculous fun. 0 Comments... Be the first to comment Arti November 11 2011 Just amazing pics. Especially the second one is very well captured. The lighted tower bridge must a treat to watch in person. Have a fabulous day Pete:) Arti recently posted..Photographical Memories from the Himalayas: Snow… Reply Dalene November 12 2011 Pete thanks you! And I agree, the second one is my favorite also! Reply Christy @ Technosyncratic November 11 2011 The second one is really cool – looks like you’re standing in the road! Reply Dalene November 12 2011 I’m guessing he had his bendy tripod thing on the railing. I love that pic too! Reply Amanda November 11 2011 Gorgeous photos!!! Can’t wait to see this myself next summer. Amanda recently posted..Photo of the Day: Akaroa Reply Dalene November 12 2011 Thanks Amanda! Reply Alouise November 12 2011 Great night photos. I really love the second picture. Reply Pete November 14 2011 Thanks Alouise, I think it’s my fave too. I love how the folks were getting a picture taken of them on the left and were still enough to be in focus for the 25s shutter. Reply Sarah Wu November 12 2011 Beautiful pictures love all the colors and the lighting at night. Reply Emily Sims November 12 2011 GORGEOUS. These all look like they could be in magazines! Emily Sims recently posted..5 Lessons Learned from Leaping to Spain Reply Pete November 14 2011 thanks Emily, here’s hoping 🙂 Reply Micamyx|Senyorita November 12 2011 The Tower Bridge is truly romantic at night. I miss! Would love to go up there and cuddle with someone special LOL Micamyx|Senyorita recently posted..First Winter in Wales – Overnight Stay in Barcelo Cardiff Angel Hotel Reply Pete November 14 2011 Definitely a romantic spot. When I was waiting for my long shutter, I saw a lot of couples down on the Queen’s Walk and thought of how I wanted Dalene to be with me at that moment. Reply Natalie November 13 2011 Nice pictures. Another place that you have seen and I have not, even though I was bought up in the country!! Funny how things turn out when it comes to travel. Reply Stephanie - The Travel Chica November 13 2011 Love the second photo with all the color! Reply Dalene November 17 2011 My favorite too! Reply Cam November 13 2011 Beauty! Well done Reply Kirsten November 13 2011 LOVE this! Soo glad to see you do a long exposure too. That happens to be something I really mourned being unable to do in London, without my 5D since it’s still being fixed by Canon. My evening expeditions in Paris are amongst my favorite experiences had while in France. Thanks for sharing!! Reply Pete November 14 2011 Thanks Kirsten. I’ve been practicing a LOT with long exposure and definitely had some fun in London. I can’t wait to get to Paris and New York and practice some more 🙂 Hope your 5D is fixed soon!! Reply Natasha von Geldern @NvGtravels November 14 2011 Great work guys!! Makes me nostalgic for London. Natasha von Geldern @NvGtravels recently posted..A weekend hiking in the Pyrenees Reply Debbie @ European Travelista November 14 2011 Bridges are so amazing! These pictures were great. I liked them all but the first one is my favorite. Debbie @ European Travelista recently posted..Armored Schloss Ambras Reply Erik November 14 2011 Gorgeous shots! Erik recently posted..A Couple of Guest Posts Reply Zablon Mukuba November 14 2011 it looks awesome at night Zablon Mukuba recently posted..Wild life conservation projects in Kenya Reply Cole @ FourJandals November 16 2011 Great photos. Just learning how to use our camera and need to head out and take some night shots. Need a tripod first though I think! Reply Dalene November 17 2011 Oooh yes…tripod is absolutely essential! But then it’s so much fun! Reply Juno November 19 2011 Love the second one. Great! 🙂 Reply Raymond @ Man On The Lam November 19 2011 BEEE-UUU-TIII-FUL!! 🙂 Raymond @ Man On The Lam recently posted..Classic TV Combats Airport Ennui Reply Deb November 20 2011 Awesome shots! Deb recently posted..Picture Perfect Portraits: Children of the World Reply Jade Johnston - OurOyster.com November 20 2011 I love London! Thanks for these photos Reply jade November 26 2011 Great shot! As with most other commenters, I love the second one- the red tail lights are awesome! jade recently posted..Reconsidering Life After a Plane Ride from Hell Reply Leave a Comment Cancel reply Name * Email * Website Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.