- Aperture: ƒ/5.4
- Camera: PENTAX Optio A20
- Focal length: 23.7mm
- ISO: 64
One new photo each day
You come out of the wrong exit, and nothing looks quite right. Not so much lost as geographically challenged.
A panorama of Trafalgar Square from Admiralty Arch around to the National Gallery on the right. I’ve managed to catch the same man three times and one half person right in front on Nelson’s Column.
The inscription reads “In the tenth year of King Edward VII, to Queen Victoria, from most grateful citizens, 1910”.
Admiralty Arch is the link between Trafalgar Square and The Mall, and Buckingham Palace beyond.
Nelson stares down Whitehall towards Big Ben.
A view of the Victoria Tower from Abingdon Str. As this was taken in 2007 and a flag is flying, Parliament was sitting on the day.
The Victoria Tower stands at the end of the House of Lords. As well as holding the Parliamentary records it also houses the Sovereign’s Entrance.