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Hedon's Historic Hand Bells are back!

HEDON’S set of historic hand bells are back home in the town after being restored by the Whitechapel Bell Foundry in London. The world-renowned foundry established in 1570 famously cast London’s ‘Big Ben’ and the ‘Liberty Bell’ for the United States – and so the Hedon’s Hand Bell Group members are naturally delighted that the bells have now been returned in pristine condition from the acknowledged world leaders in bell production and restoration. 389 more words

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Pigeon landing

Flickr member christian cross took this great action picture of a pigeon across the river from the Big Ben in London, UK with his Ricoh GR.

Photography

Big Ben

When we first started out in Photography… we didn’t know a thing…  We knew what a camera was but honestly that was about it.  As for RAW, JPEG, f/stops, ISO and shutter speeds, well they were things that went straight over my head. 306 more words

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Here Is My Reward

For this week’s weekly challenge I submit these taken a while ago just before my birthday, I’d asked a friend of mine if he wanted to join me on a walk around London to capture some photos, he agreed and we set up in various locations with our tripods and rather than rushed we patiently went to each area and spent nearly 8 hours talking and attempting to find the best shot (in-between pizzas from Soho), these shots were my reward for a good day out with friends capturing images: 13 more words

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Rule Of Thirds

Weekly Photo Challenge: Rule Of Thirds (Galleries From London)

Big Ben – portrait grid

London Lion – landscape grid

River Thames, looking west – Fibonacci spiral or golden ratio

Photography

Apple Maps adds animated 3D imagery starting w/ UK’s London Eye & Big Ben (Videos)

Apple has added some nice new touches to Apple Maps with animated 3D imagery for iconic landmarks starting with the UK. Apple Maps now shows the correct time on… 139 more words

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London was calling and then we got Hungary for something else.

The more places I go, the hungrier I am to find something new and different. Europe has not disappointed and neither has my company. I feel pretty lucky to be soaking in this much culture and to have friends willing to explore new places with me. 2,220 more words

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