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This is a panoramic shot, spread over
four pictures, of the South Bank
walkway in front of the Royal Festival
Hall complex. Panoramics with people in
are a problem to edit as the blighters
don't stay still, so it took ages to settle
eveybody in this shot in a comfortable
position without any blurring or duplication. It was taken from the Hungerford Bridge,
which connects the Queen Elizabeth Walk (seen here) to Charing Cross and the rail
station. This is at the start of one of the best river walks in London, from Westminster
Bridge and the London 'Eye' (just behind this viewpoint), all the way to Borough and
beyond, taking in - among other delights - the Tate Modern, Sam Wanamaker's revival
of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, the Clink (old jail) Museum, Southwark Cathedral,
galleries, shops, and plenty of eating and drinking places. If you should want to
continue beyond Borough Market, there's the WW2 HMS Belfast, Tower Bridge, the
developments of London Docklands, and a route eastwards all the way to the Thames
Barrier on the Estuary.
This is a panoramic shot, spread over four pictures, of the South Bank walkway in
front of the Royal Festival Hall complex. Panoramics with people in are a problem to
edit as the blighters don't stay still, so it took ages to settle eveybody in this shot in a
comfortable position without any blurring or duplication. It was taken from the
Hungerford Bridge, which connects the Queen Elizabeth Walk (seen here) to Charing
Cross and the rail station. This is at the start of one of the best river walks in London,
from Westminster Bridge and the London 'Eye' (just behind this viewpoint), all the way
to Borough and beyond, taking in - among other delights - the Tate Modern, Sam
Wanamaker's revival of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, the Clink (old jail) Museum,
Southwark Cathedral, galleries, shops, and plenty of eating and drinking places. If you
should want to continue beyond Borough Market, there's the WW2 HMS Belfast,
Tower Bridge, the developments of London Docklands, and a route eastwards all the
way to the Thames Barrier on the Estuary.
This is a panoramic shot, spread over four
pictures, of the South Bank walkway in front
of the Royal Festival Hall complex.
Panoramics with people in are a problem to
edit as the blighters don't stay still, so it took
ages to settle eveybody in this shot in a
comfortable position without any blurring or
duplication. It was taken from the Hungerford Bridge, which connects the Queen Elizabeth
Walk (seen here) to Charing Cross and the rail station. This is at the start of one of the best
river walks in London, from Westminster Bridge and the London 'Eye' (just behind this
viewpoint), all the way to Borough and beyond, taking in - among other delights - the Tate
Modern, Sam Wanamaker's revival of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, the Clink (old jail)
Museum, Southwark Cathedral, galleries, shops, and plenty of eating and drinking places. If
you should want to continue beyond Borough Market, there's the WW2 HMS Belfast, Tower
Bridge, the developments of London Docklands, and a route eastwards all the way to the
Thames Barrier on the Estuary.

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This is a panoramic shot, spread over four pictures, of the South Bank walkway in front of the Royal Festival Hall complex. Panoramics with people in are a problem to edit as the blighters don't stay still, so it took ages to settle eveybody in this shot in a comfortable position without any blurring or duplication. It was taken from the Hungerford Bridge, which connects the Queen Elizabeth Walk (seen here) to Charing Cross and the rail station. This is at the start of one of the best river walks in London, from Westminster Bridge and the London 'Eye' (just behind this viewpoint), all the way to Borough and beyond, taking in - among other delights - the Tate Modern, Sam Wanamaker's revival of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, the Clink (old jail) Museum, Southwark Cathedral, galleries, shops, and plenty of eating and drinking places. If you should want to continue beyond Borough Market, there's the WW2 HMS Belfast, Tower Bridge, the developments of London Docklands, and a route eastwards all the way to the Thames Barrier on the Estuary.   
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