Photographer's Note

This is the pathway running along the south bank of the Thames. In 2000, after some refurbishing of the whole area, it was called the Millennium Mile. It goes from Westminster bridge up to Tower bridge. Although it’s about two miles long only it may take a whole morning to go through it because of the many attractions and things to see and to visit: the London Eye (the tallest ferris wheel in the world), the art gallery Tate modern, the Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, the London town hall and numerous restaurants, pubs, cafés, etc. and so it’s attended at all hours by huge crowds of people.
In the photo you can see the unmistakable sight of the house of Parliament.


ISO Speed Ratings = 100
Metering Mode = Center Weighted Average
Focal Length = 29.17mm (35 mm equivalent: 216 mm)

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Additional Photos by Ingenua Mente (Longroute) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2681 W: 169 N: 4719] (19600)
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