Architecture is one of my favourite things to photograph. Luckily London has some wonderful buildings. Sadly, very few of these buildings are tall. Of these few buildings, a lot of them are in The City; An area that I have not photographed properly yet.
To give you a break from the Houses of Parliament, here is a shot of Tower 42, formerly the National Westminster Tower. It is the second tallest building in the City of London (next to Heron Tower) and stands at 183 metres tall.
Strangely, the entire sky in this part of town has this amazing red sheen over it. I'm guessing that this is due to light pollution.
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Canon EOS 500D / ISO 100 / f/5.6 / 10-20mm @ 10mm