- Aperture: ƒ/1.85
- Camera: Pixel 6 Pro
- Focal length: 6.81mm
- ISO: 247
One new photo each day
The resting place of Napoleon, once he was repatriated from St Helena.
There aren’t too many photos from inside Notre Dame. From memory, and the photos, it was really dark and most of the photos are unusable – but the memories remain.
The Hawksmoor designed Christ Church, Spitalfields. The pub next-door is named after the number of bells in the church’s peel – The Ten Bells. St Alfega’s in Greenwich is one of the other Hawksmoor designed Queen Anne Church.
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.
Taken from the tramway bridge and looking towards Stratford-upon-Avon‘s Clopton Bridge. The Clopton Bridge was built in 1486/7 on the site of a Saxon ford.
Looking along the River Avon in the early evening. Taken from near the tramway bridge and looking towards Stratford-upon-Avon‘s Holy Trinity Church.