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Walking through Westminster and Waterloo on the last day of my stay in London I passed the Golden Jubilee Bridges. Because this bridge looked so... special with the cables and the shadows I wanted to take a picture of it.
And then I saw the runner coming. The scene reminded me a little of one of Startacked's photos. So I got down on my knees and waited for the runner to come closer.

I like this picture better then some of the pictures I have of this bridge where there are no people. This one just looks a little more lively and active.

Hungerford Bridge is a bridge (or triplet of bridges) over the River Thames in London, between Waterloo Bridge and Westminster Bridge. In its current design, it comprises a steel truss railway bridge — sometimes known as the Charing Cross Bridge — flanked by two cable-stayed pedestrian bridges that share the railway bridge's foundation piers, and which are properly named the Golden Jubilee Bridges.
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