The Building of the Shard


Well, I don’t know where time is going but lately, I have been delving into the 10-year-old archives. I must admit I’ve found some treasures, photos that I didn’t think were good enough to be shown.

Going back 10 years ago, I wasn’t familiar with Lightroom and all I was using at the time was Google Picasa.

In fact, it was just the start of our journey into photography. Fast-forwarding to present day… one image that I thought would be destined for the bin was one I shot in a side-street in London looking at the Shard which was still being built.

A photograph of the Shard photographed from a side street in London.

Camera Settings

Camera: Panasonic Lumix FZ-48
Lens: n/a
F/Number: f/4.5
ISO: 160
Focal Distance: 8.1 mm

Shutter Speed: 1/200 sec
Photograph Date: 06.05.2012
Location: London
Photographer: Bren
Software: Adobe Lightroom Classic and ON1 Photo RAW 2023


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20 responses to “The Building of the Shard”

  1. Quite a tall building too!

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    1. It is very tall xx

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  2. Interesting treasures found in those old files.

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  3. This is an amazing capture, Bren 🙂

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  4. Beautiful building and gotta love the name of it! Great to see your photo, Bren.

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  5. I love this – the contrast of the futuristic Shard with the cobbled street below tells a real story.

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  6. So often we do not release the treasures we have and discount them. So glad you shared this with us! 😊

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  7. A “sharp” image of the Shard!!

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    1. I would love to go and see the sky garden there xx

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  8. I can’t believe you thought that this photo would be destined for the trash bin! It’s lovely!

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  9. What a cool photo! Great choice for this weeks challenge

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