Tuesday, 13 November 2007

Looking at things from a different point of view - # 291

Normally people snap the views through and around the Richmond Bridge (built 1778) from the other side. Here, I have chosen to stand on the Twickenham bank looking at the bridge from a far less photographed angle, and looking towards the spot shown in http://richmonduponthamesdailyphoto.blogspot.com/2007/10/amazing-what-bit-of-sunshine-can-do-270.html

For most of you, none of this matters; but I'm trying to discover some of the less photographed views, or experiment to show a little angle that might go unnoticed.


  1. This is just lovely. Why do people choose to photograph from the other side, or is that a stooopid question?

  2. It's a fine very English view too!

  3. I like the view and the bridge, but why not in b&w?

  4. Chuckeroon, I like very much when the whys and wherefores of photos are explained. And I like this photo very much, the angle, the reflection and your decision to seek out different views. Thanks.

  5. Hello!
    is there any email to contact you?