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Thursday, May 17, 2012

Sunset is very late this time of year so I would stop off for a pub dinner before heading out to photograph.  One of my favorite places was The Feathers where they serve a traditional sausage and mash made of Glouchester Old Spot.
A night shot of the Tower of London with its colorful lights taken with the Nikon D800 and 24-70mm lens.
The color of the lights are constantly changing in a rotating pattern.  Someone must have decided that this would be attractive to the tourists.  I found it quite garishly over done, particularly when the  upper lights start blinking on and off.  The least they could have done was added one rotation of traditional lighting for those of use with more conservative tastes.

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