One of the many water bus stops/stations in Venice.
Still on the Atomium, this time a close up view with the lights on. The LED were installed as part of the renovations in 2006. The lights came on relatively late, around 10:30 pm. Though there were very few people around, you could hear a collective and appreciative "wow" when it was lit up.
Something a bit different to the architectural / travel pictures lately. This was in the hotel that we stayed in Spain and I loved the children’s pool area which had these colourful and interesting slides/fountains. Though the water was so cold that you could not get in to it!
This was one of those days where I got up very early, braved the cold and went out in the hope of finding a beautiful sunrise over the sea. Unfortunately, again the sun decided not to play ball – the morning was cloudy and cold. And the sun decided to hide behind the clouds so …
I was rushing between one side of the bridge to the other, trying to cram all the sights so I missed out getting sunset pictures from this location. But the skyline and the buildings with the lights on against a bright blue sky at dusk turned out to be equally fantastic. And of course, it …
At the time of taking the picture, I didn’t think that was a good image. I didn’t like the angle and the bright lights. But after looking at it on the computer screen, I liked how the light trails show the Union Jack colours.
Went out at early in the morning, in the freezing cold, to get this shot – an image that I had always wanted to get. Well worth the pain of frozen fingers and toes!
Another fantastic installation from the Lumiere London festival. This one is the Great North Door at Westminster Abbey lit up by Artist Patrice Warrener. The intricate details of the lighting was both amazing and beautiful.
Shot at the London Aquarium. Added the lens flare in post