One Word Sunday – Vertiginous

One Word Sunday – Vertiginous

A photograph of the Shard photographed from the Cannon Street Train.

Camera Settings

Camera: Samsung S9 edge
Lens: n/a
F/Number: f/1.5
ISO: 160

Focal Distance: 4.30mm
Shutter Speed: 1/4 sec
Software: Adobe Lightroom CC

When hubby was on the Cannon Street train one evening coming home from work, it stopped on the bridge over the River Thames and he managed to get this shot of The Shard.

I thought it would be an ideal image for Debbie Smyth’s One Word Sunday Photography Challenge, and in-keeping with her beautiful monochrome images of The Shard.

About Author
Bren is a female amateur photographer and blogger who along with her husband, Ashley, have created a photography blog called Brashley Photography which showcases the places they’ve visited on their photography journey. Bren and Ashley primarily concentrate their photographic skills on landscape, architecture and floral subjects. Based in the South East of England they hope to give their readers an insight into the wonderful and beautiful landscapes, buildings and places that the South of England has to offer.
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