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St Paul's Cathedral from under the Millennium Bridge United Kingdom

Descend to the Thames foreshore (during low tide, obviously) by the steps in front of the Globe theatre, and walk about 100 metres due west. Set up your tripod either side of the Millennium Bridge.
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About a 15-minute walk from London Bridge Station.
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05:55 20:12
20:58
51°30'30.8211" N 0°5'53.8303" W

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  • Lukáš Vrbický
  • Benjamin Mettang
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  • Eric W. H.
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  • Max Fürst
  • Rich Shum
  • Raquel Sousa
  • Roger Kwong
  • Uwe Fiedler
  • Volker Strauss
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  • Sean Barry
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Thank you Mike Parnwell for creating this photo spot and Fernando Muñoz for improving it with additional photos or content.
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