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The Changing Light of London

The Changing Light of London a series of images that follow the changing light of London from Sunset to Sunrise. From evening yellow to pink of the morning, from Winter to Summer – the changing shadows and highlights formed by light. The reflections from the great glass buildings of the Capital strengthening and reflecting the light like mixing paint on a palette. 

The light shown is natural and vivid from the setting yellow Sun to the rising morning pink/blue light reflecting the colder blues mixed with the red of the morning enhanced by the glass of the buildings. The final frame the day begins the city comes alive.  London is not just a grey city.

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Around London – the River by Shane A

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The River by Shane A

Images taken along the Thames River, the heart of London

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Photographer Shane Aurousseau on Instagram

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The works of Photographer Shane Aurousseau

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Notre-Dame fire: What the cathedral means to the French – BBC News

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It’s not the first fire in Notre-Dame some of the Rose windows have not survived past fires. It’s amazing the structural strength of these great buildings and their architectural contribution.

Another great European building Mezquita de Córdoba
Known locally as Mezquita-Catedral, the Great Mosque of Cordoba is one of the oldest structures still standing from the time Muslims ruled Al-Andalus (Muslim Iberia including most of Spain, Portugal, and a small section of Southern France) in the late 8th century. Cordoba is a two hour train ride south of Madrid, and draws visitors from all over the world.

These great buildings a glue that keeps social fabric together.

The Photographic works of Photographer Shane Aurousseau

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Keeping the City working photography by Shane Aurousseau

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