City Photo Walk – Temple Station to Somerset House

City Walk – Tuesday 24 November – Temple Station to Somerset House

Temple Station was our starting point and we quickly made our way to Somerset House and the Skate ice rink stopping en-route to take shots of St. Mary Le Grand in the Strand.

Security prevented the group using tripods and at one end of the ice rink another security man objected to professional looking cameras photographing skaters. However, there were plenty of rails and ledges for us to use as makeshift tripods and a decent level of light gave us many opportunities to compose our shots.

At around eight we made our way back along The Strand to Essex Street for a drink at the Temple Brew House to my mind one of the best pubs we have visited.

I have very much enjoyed organising these walks and would like to take this opportunity to thanks all those who have participated throughout the summer and autumn. I am seeking support for a Saturday morning stroll in the New Year from say 9.30 or 10.00 until midday in areas like; Barbican, Kings Cross, Queen Elizabeth (Olympic) Park and the South Bank.

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55 Broadway, St James, London, SW1

55 Broadway is a Grade I listed listed building overlooking St. James’s Park in London. It was designed by Charles Holden and built between 1927 and 1929; in 1931 the building earned him the RIBA London Architecture Medal.  It is the home of London Transport and may be visited through the Hidden London website.  More about this building can be found HERE.

I am on Twitter @MichaelWColman and My Instagram is michaelcolman.photography or you might want to LIKE my Facebook page.   You could click FOLLOW for updates.

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