Cold Night at the Wharf

Yep... it's back to work and back to risking the wrath of the security guards at Canary Wharf as I bring you another night shot from the Wharf..

Seems they've been busy since my last visit putting up lights and trees all around the estate. Looks quite nice actually and reminds me I must go up to Oxford St/Regent St one night to see the lights.

Was cold today... No snow unlike much of the UK and Scotland but flippin cold. Apparently snow is due tonight/tomorrow.

Seems the towers are feeling the cold as well judging by the steam escaping from them. Ive uploaded a handful more pics here http://andycphotos.shutterfly.com/686#686
This is AMAZING! love it love it love it!
posted November 29th, 2010  
WOW!!!
posted November 29th, 2010  
nice one andy
posted November 29th, 2010  
Fantastic. It looks like Gotham City in B&W! Love it.
posted November 29th, 2010  
Oh very very nice. Agree with shelly!
posted November 29th, 2010  
very cool angle and perspective!
posted November 29th, 2010  
Powerful shot Andy.
posted November 29th, 2010  
Love it and i really like the smoke comigg out loks like soemthign out of Ghostbusters lol
posted November 29th, 2010  
Nice shot Andy. You are pushing your like hanging around that place.
posted November 29th, 2010  
this is a fave, i am hopeing to go to London next year for a week, and i am def going to the warf, these pics are so inspiring.
posted November 29th, 2010  
@artistmichelle @eyebrows @ukers I'm with Heather and going more Ghostbusters than Gotham City :-)
@cookie123 thanks - It's also a shoppers paradise so remember your credit card as well as your camera :-)
posted November 29th, 2010  
Superb Andy .. But I do worry that they might just bust you mate...(-: I have visions of the news at ten 'and finally story featuring you and your camera V security .. Lol )
posted November 29th, 2010  
@steveh LOL... So do I...
posted November 29th, 2010  
Flippin Fabulous! Love this and your words always make me smile. :)
posted November 29th, 2010  
@mrssmith Thanks Mrs S.... Words I never heard from my English teachers :-)
posted November 29th, 2010  
damn you are good
posted November 29th, 2010  
@robinwarner ha ha no... just lucky to have some great architecture which helps so, so much... thanks tho :-)
posted November 29th, 2010  
wow Andy this is AMAZING!! I really love it in b&w :)
posted November 30th, 2010  
Ah the B&W is just fantastic! Wonderful shot!
posted November 30th, 2010  
Beautifully framed! I remember the first time I ever went to England my in-laws were so excited becaused it has snowed and they were going to take my son sledding. I laughed and laughed because here we were on a sled and you could still see the grass popping up through the "snow". I of course am from the land where we get 1-2 feet in a single snow storm
posted November 30th, 2010  
So beautiful!! Love the processing!!
posted November 30th, 2010  
Fabulous B&W. Your photos are very diversified & intriguing.
posted November 30th, 2010  
Lovely shot. Glad you weren't harassed tonight.
posted November 30th, 2010  
Wow! super coolio!!
posted November 30th, 2010  
Worth the risk! Nice shot and love the editing you have done.
posted November 30th, 2010  
@andifree LOL... a couple of flakes is enough to get us excited... you'll be happy to hear there's enough snow now to completely cover the grass (just...) :-)
posted November 30th, 2010  
been a but quiet due to work, but this is classic city mile shot , pleased the idiots were bust putting up the lights this time round ;-)
posted December 2nd, 2010  
Wow! Really neat shot! Funny that black and white must just feel "cold". I took a shot outside in the frigid air and immediately thought of taking out the color to convey the temp. Ha! Boy, and I just can't believe that there's so much snow over the pond, when we still have yet to get any to stick to the ground.
posted December 2nd, 2010  
Great picture.. b&w is superb... good eye! :)
posted December 9th, 2010  
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