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Trip down the Thames...

At the end of September we took a trip down the river from London Bridge to Greenwhich to celebrate a family birthday.


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Riverbus pier London Bridge by AMc UK, on Flickr

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Tower Bridge by AMc UK, on Flickr

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Docklands, London by AMc UK, on Flickr

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Old Royal Naval College and Royal Observatory, Greenwich by AMc UK, on Flickr

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Panorama from the Royal Observatory, Greenwich by AMc UK, on Flickr


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Cutty Sark, Greenwich by AMc UK, on Flickr


Constructive comments are always welcome, there are a few more on Flickr if you're interested...https://flic.kr/s/aHskG9wsHH
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Re: Trip down the Thames...

Crystal Clear photos.....Lovely set of photos...
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Re: Trip down the Thames...

Always nice to see the capital in colour....nice pics as well..

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Re: Trip down the Thames...

Great set of images!
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Re: Trip down the Thames...

Some very nice views... I especially like the panorama

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Re: Trip down the Thames...

Great panorama. The others are pretty good as well.
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Re: Trip down the Thames...

Sparkling set of shots, must get back there myself.
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Re: Trip down the Thames...

Excellent images. It would be good to know what lenses were used.

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Re: Trip down the Thames...

Thanks to all for the kind comments. The weather was particularly good that day, very clear.

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Excellent images. It would be good to know what lenses were used.

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Everything was taken with the OM-D E-M10 Mkii and the 14-42mm EZ pancake lens. The full EXIF is there on Flickr.

The panorama was taken handheld with 9 portrait images at 17mm (34mm FF equivalent) then stitched together in Lightroom 6. I could have switched to the 17mm f1.8 but there was no real need.

The full size export is 13,000 pixels by 4000, tempted to look at a print.



The viewpoint at the Royal Observatory was very, very busy so I was pleased to get to the front and get my shots without someone photobombing me
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