Todays post is a reexamination of my trip to England in 2000. At the time I was using a film camera and would shoot images of certain places with multiple images... With my recent experiments in using the compositor in Photoshop i thought it would be a great opportunity to put together some images in a way I had not thought possible when I originally shot them. Each of images is made from 2-6 images. Enjoy!
Lord Nelson's Column in the middle of Trafalgar Square
The view from the Royal Observatory in Greenwich
The Bath Abbey shot from the floor of the Roman baths
Big Ben of coarse!
Simply called the monument, this column was built in 1667 to commemorate the great London fire of 1666
The Tower of London
Two Different views of Stonehenge on the plains of Salisbury built in 3100 BC
Here are some other non composited images from that trip...
Me at the Piccadilly Circus Tube
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