Westminster Palace Across the Thames

During the “photo-run” event that was our trip to Europe, we had just finished a spin on the London Eye. I convinced everyone that I needed only a few minutes to shoot some images of Westminster Palace across the Thames River. My wife was with with me, but I could tell she didn’t want to keep our group waiting too long.

I had seen a few photos taken from various locations along this area before, so I had an idea where I needed to go. After a few minutes of exploring, we found just the spot I had hoped for. I was able to take a few sequences before I was “encouraged” to catch up with the group. 

After a spin on the London Eye, I found a nice view of Westminster Palace, before I had to catch up with our tour group. Photo by Tim Stanley Photography.


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