Top 5 Stock Photos of London England

By Peter Kapoyanis

I am always asked, how do you take a great shot? My philosophy is very simple. Firstly, I make sure there is enough light and that my shot is in focus. Secondly, before I take the shot, when looking through the lens, I ask myself the following question. If I see this picture, framed and hanging on a wall, would I take a second look? If I would, I take the shot. My top 5 stock photos, of London England below, were taken with this in mind.

St Pauls Cathedral Stock Photos

St Paul’s Cathedral is an iconic place of worship in London England. Its architecture, which includes a distinctive dome and tower, is recognisable all around the world. This Anglican cathedral is situated on the highest point of London. Its design is English Baroque and has been around since 1675. I have faith it’ll be around for many more years to come…

The black and white stock photo of St Pauls Cathedral above was taken when I saw a stunning cloud formation rolling into view to create a stunning scene. This image comes in at Number 1.

The Shard Building Stock Photos

The Shard is one of the most unique pieces of architecture in London, England. It’s 95 storeys high and overlooks the River Thames. It spans 309 metres in height and is the tallest building in the United Kingdom. The Shard was built in 2012 and opened in 2013. As far as buildings go, it’s a real glass act…

The stock photo of The Shard building above was taken when I saw a storm brewing nearby, creating a dramatic backdrop to one of London’s best known modern landmarks. This photo comes in at Number 2.

Tower Bridge Stock Photos

The Tower Bridge is one of the most historic and recognisable landmarks in London, England. It crosses the Thames River and has a total length of 244 metres. It opened in 1894 and is a prominent part of the London skyline. It’s iconic, majestic and grand. If you haven’t been there yet, I guess it was a bridge too far…

The black and white stock photo of The Tower Brìdge above was taken when I noticed a beautiful old street lamp in the foreground and thought that there was a wonderful visual harmony between the two. This shot comes in at Number 3.

England Stock Photos

England is a country full of some of the most beautiful cities and landmarks in the world. Examples of two of the most interesting and unique cities are London and Manchester. London is the capital of England and is home to Big Ben, St Pauls Cathedral, the Shard Building, the Tower Bridge, the London Eye, Buckingham Palace, the Thames River, Westminster, Oxford Street, Soho and Trafalgar Square. Manchester is urban, gritty and full of old architecture. The old buildings have had a new lease of life breathed into them with so many being reinvented and refurbished. So now you can relax, take a load off, lie back and think of England…

The black and white stock photo of Oxford Street above was taken when I noticed the shapes and textures of the famous English boulevard, all co-existing with a calming symmetry. This picture comes in at Number 4.

Big Ben Stock Photos

Big Ben is one of the most majestic clock towers in the world. It’s not only one of the most iconic structures in London England, but one of the most recognisable pieces of architecture in the world. Big Ben is a prominent part of London’s cityscape and adds a touch of class to urban London. It’s situated at the north end of Westminster Palace. It will be time well spent visiting Big Ben at least once in your life…

The black and white stock photo of Big Ben above was taken when I saw how the surrounding light created such a peaceful, moody ambience that complimented the historic clock tower in the distance. This image comes in at Number 5.

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Source: Some of the facts relating to subject matter, featured in the Top 5 Stock Photos of London England blog above, were sourced from Wikipedia.

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