Top 10 Most Magnificent Perspectives Of London

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There are plenty of reasons why you should visit London, and if you already have, you know what I am talking about! It’s a leading global city when it comes to arts, education, fashion, entertainment, finance, and so on. London is one of the most diverse cities on the planet, where over 300 different languages are spoken.

It is a city with more green space than any other major city, giving London lots of places to go if you need relaxation, some time with yourself or if you search for some romantic spot for a perfect date. But let’s not bother ourselves with facts.

Below you can find some of the most fascinating sights of the capital of the UK that will evoke a desire to be right there!

Autumn Walk

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The Autumn for so many of us is by far the most interesting time of the year, bringing us an array of fantastic shades of color. It is still a pleasant time of the year with most tourists gone and when the locals have their Capital back. The great international city features some of the most beautiful gardens and protected parks in the region and is an absolute and utter haven for photography especially with a sense of height and depth. London is a really special place indeed and we thank these talented photographers, professionals, and amateurs for giving us so much beauty from their camera lens.

Big Ben Reflection

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Big Ben has gone to have much work done to it for the durability of the famous clock for us to keep enjoying it year on year. We clearly see that typical London has four seasons in roughly one hour. So, one never knows how to dress but one thing is for sure, everyone carries an umbrella even during the most beautiful sunshine of days! This photograph is giving us so much perspective of the Tower in and away from the river. We almost do not know which way up to look at it! Brilliant fun and expertly taken.

 Capturing The Moment

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Tower Bridge is stunning in the day, but what about in the evening? A superb photograph was taken of someone taking a photo and so well done too. This has doubled the perspective effect hence twice the pleasure of admiring the Tower. The lights captured within the photo are magnificent and very rewarding. We have all done it, but, this good?

 Christmas Lights

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Regent Street was the first-ever street to have decorated with Christmas Lights during the festive period in London back in 1954. And to date, it has never stopped to amaze us year on year with new and inventive ways to represent the city in the greatest and most beautiful art form, without having to use a fancy camera. It really does give you the physical perspective of the city, but also the perspective of the spirit within the city for the next six weeks. Superb camera handling with the cheeky famous red bus on the right.

Direction

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The perfectly executed angle of the picture was taken expertly. It showcases London in all its glory and as per usual. In the rain. But the rain makes the city so to speak and creates an absolute representation of it without glamorizing it. It doesn’t need it. Yes, it can be a little miserable, but the energy within the city from its people is electrifying and this creates warmth. Another not so obvious picture of the London Tower Bridge but from a completely different scenario impression.

 The Inside Of Westminster Abbey

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Dazzlingly incredible is the super famous London landmark. The Abbey is home to the tombs of the likes of Elizabeth the first, and Mary Queen of Scotts, Charles Dickens, and many, many more. When at the entrance overlooking straight in front of you is the most magnificent perspective illusion you can get within closed walls. The sheer surprisingly high height makes up for it giving us a great depth of photography.

London Eye

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This is taking perspective in a completely new and different context. The famous London Eye Wheel measuring a whopping 135 meters high, is one of the most famous and newest member landmarks of the Capital. It is also the highest cantilevered observation wheel, with almost 3 million visitors each year queuing up to have a go. The views are simply captivating and one can really see half of London through one simple turn of the wheel. Its massive cabin makes us have a 360 around London. Magnificent to see where your next destination will be. The Photograph emphasizes perfectly what perspective is like through the lens and smart camera control.

Perspective

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One of the greatest photographs of the London skyscraper and the famous Gherkin building. The city is stunningly beautiful with so much history attached to it, mixed with a mouthwatering new-age building infrastructure embracing the old and the new together in harmony. A rare view of the bright blue sky with only the odd cloud in the sky making this city one of the very best in the world. A beautifully taken photograph saying a thousand words really for our enjoyments back at home. When are you visiting London?

Place To Relax

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In such a busy city as London is, there is still plenty of space to be at peace with oneself away from the crowd. Some outdoors are designed with such perfection; that it almost reminds you of being back at school drawing perspective on a piece of paper with a dot just off-centered. The perspective is true to the eyes having ultimately, what is seen to be a never-ending street lined with street old-fashioned lights and street, directing and leading you to a bright future.

Rain

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Well, The United Kingdom is one of the most unbelievable places on the planet and could be from what we reckon, if it were not for the constant rain. The South of France has over 300 days of sunshine as for London, it has 300 days of rain! However, if you have ever lived anywhere in the UK, and particularly in London, you would know that sunshine is celebrated like no other day in the year and like in no other countries around the world. No matter if it is minus something, everyone goes out. Everyone stops work for a couple of hours and rushes to the outdoors. Something magical about the sunshine in this part of the world and something everyone can enjoy no matter who they are.

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