Evening Panorama of Southwark Bridge and The City

A limited edition, ultra high resolution, London panoramic cityscape

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Evening Panorama of Southwark Bridge and The City

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An Evening Panorama of Southwark Bridge and The City, one of London’s least appreciated bridges spanning the Thames, but which I find exceptionally elegant

Evening falls with the soft blues of twilight’s magical hues, with the purple colours of Southwark Bridge‘s lights contrasting against the warm glow of the illuminations on the riverside buildings, and the myriads of tall towers of London’s financial district. This is London as seen from the a location high up on the South Bank, on a clear early summer’s evening when the colours come to life.

I find it always wonderful to view London across the shimmering water of the River Thames as it reflects the city lights.  It always brings a cityscape to life, and in this instance the glittering reflections are mesmeric.

Visible in the middle of this sweeping panorama adjacent to Southwark Bridge is the columned façade of Vintner’s Hall, the home of the ancient guild of wine merchants. Beyond are the tall skyscrapers of The City, London’s financial hub, some being built. I captured this image in early summer 2013, and it is a wonderful document of the state of The City at that time. The Walkie-Talkie (20 Fenchurch St)  building by Rafael Viñoly at right is under construction, as is the tall 100 Bishopsgate. In between is the top of the Willis building, and the Gherkin just peeping out. Further to the left is the Heron Tower and the Tower 42, and at far left is Citipoint, behind the 16th century turret of St Mary Aldermary church. Just beside Citipoint is the semi curve of Moor House, designed by Norman Foster, linking Crossrail to the London Underground station of Moorgate.

And of course beyond Southwark Bridge is the elegant brick building of Cannon St railway station and the Cannon Street Railway Bridge

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