A November Sunday in London brought a wind that crept up surreptitiously to freeze anything it could gain contact with. But it was partnered with perfect light and a cloudy sky that showed off the City at its best.
I went for a short walk looping around on the south and north banks of the Thames, between Blackfriars and Tower Bridge. The morning was dedicated to long exposure photography, which takes time as the name suggests, so my step count was low but the views were tremendous.
By now my toes were numb and I was trying to position me and my tripod behind any available shelter.
Time to head for some indoor warmth – but the walk was definitely worth the risk of frost bite.
Copyright Debbie Smyth, 13 November 2017
Posted as part of Monday Walks
The walk was part of an advanced photography course with wonderful Annie at Learn Digital Photo.