- Aperture: ƒ/8
- Camera: PENTAX Optio A20
- Focal length: 7.9mm
- ISO: 64
A panorama of 13 separate images stitched together taken from the Golden Gallery, just above the dome. Aside from some dodgy handrail action along the bottom Image Composite Editor managed to join it all together perfectly. Click through and scroll around and enjoy the view from St Paul’s Cathedral.
Relief arrives in the form of a column of Gernadier Guards. This is not as big a spectacle as the changing of the guards but it is still intriguing to watch the process.
The Beaufort Portcullis, the symbol of the Beaufort family and their descendant, Henry VII.
We knew that while we were in Paddington Station we would have to find it’s namesake, Paddington Bear. In the 1970s and 80s there used to be a giant soft toy Paddington Bear in a glass cylinder. The new version is much more selfie-friendly.
The grandeur of Brunel‘s magnificent train shed at Paddington Station is still evident over 150 years after it’s opening. High Speed Train, 43180 powers-up as it’s train heads off to the west.