Posted by imrananwar on August 17, 2014
A golden moment in time I captured during my recent visit to London, England, after 22 years.
As the hands of time complete their turns on the Big Ben’s clock face, the face of London continues to evolve.
The changes were so marked in the 22 years between my 2 visits, I can only wonder what someone from an older more gilded age would think, if we could turn back time, or cause a bend in the space and time continuum.
Definitely something to keep a(n) (London) Eye on!
© 2014 IMRAN
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Posted by imrananwar on July 24, 2014
I Eye London Eye – IMRAN™ on Flickr.
I Eye London Eye.
Nearly 22 years ago, I stood at this same spot to take pictures during my first trip to London. I had stopped to visit relatives on my way from Pakistan to continue across the Atlantic Ocean to New York.
The great old historic city was as interesting and bustling as before. If anything, it was significantly more ‘internationalized’ in terms of the demographics.
But architecturally the biggest change was seeing the London Eye that was nowhere in the pictures I took at the River Thames during my previous visit.
I was also lucky to have amazing weather during my visit. This is a WindowsPhone Lumia 1020 photo.
© 2014 IMRAN
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