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Sunday, 11 July 2010

Sunday Bridges - 3 for 1

You get not one but three bridges this week. In the foreground you can see the work taking place at Black Friars, scheduled for completion late 2011. Looking up the Thames you can see Waterloo Bridge (the ugly one) the the Jubilee pedestrian bridge (the pretty one).

Courtesy of host Louis La Vache visit a few more Sunday Bridges.

13 comments:

Angie said...

Goodness me, did you take this great shot, if so where were you? Nice one, Mo. Thanks.

Luis Gomez said...

Great image of the city!

H said...

I recently learned that Waterloo Bridge is known as the 'The Ladies Bridge' because it was constructed during WWII and 80% of the workforce was female. It is made from self-cleaning Portland marble (but it looks more like concrete except from very close up!).

Sharon said...

I love how you can see how the river takes a turn in the distance.

Kaori said...

Fantastic view of the bridges and everything else!

cieldequimper said...

The ugly one, lol! Super panorama!

MARIA GRAZIA said...

Great view! Actually ... Londonesque. Cheers!

Ann said...

Mo,

May be Louis is Ben Stiller and his Robert De Niro is really his Father in law. LOL.

On a serious note, I did see some fossilised mussels and oysters, but I am quite skeptical about the age.

Ann said...

All kids in Borneo start their first day in school singing, " London bridge is falling down."

My Chinese Grand Dad said, what a funny lot the British are, the bridge falls down, and they sing about ti.

Louis la Vache said...

Excellent, Mo, a "hat trick" - 3 in 1.
No, that doesn't mean you can take the next three weeks off....

Mike said...

Mo nice shot which has loads of detail. I suppose I like Tower Bridge the most but I do like the pedestrian bridge near the Tate Modern....is that the Jubilee bridge?

Leesa said...

Cool!!

I LOVE 3 for 1 specials!! Can't wait to go back there in August...

Take care,
Leesa

Elisa said...

Just lovely, amazing
Best regards from Argentina
Elisa

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