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Sunset taking with Nikon
A sequence of shots showing the Millenium Bridge (over the River Tyne at Newcastle) opening - part 2
(Sunday the 22nd May 2016 at Midday)
On the River Goyt, Derbyshire, the walkway (almost out of shot) was part of a millenium project and joins parts of a riverside walk through the gorge
6 shot panoramic of St Paul's and City of London at golden hour.
Even from a distance, when I saw Chicago's Millennium Park, I knew I wanted to be there. The park covers 24.5-acre (99,000 m2) and features the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, Cloud Gate, the Crown Fountain, the Lurie Garden, and various other attractions.
Millennium Park is considered one of the largest green roofs in the world, having been constructed on top of a railroad yard and large parking garages. The park, which is known for being user friendly, has a very rigorous cleaning schedule with many areas being swept, wiped down or cleaned multiple times a day.
The Millennium Mills is a derelict turn of 20th century flour mill in London, England. It is described as a "decaying industrial anachronism standing defiant and alone in the surrounding subtopia".
It is an old flour mill built in the early 1900s and 100s of men, women and children must have worked there in its heyday. The name comes from the owners' most successful product, a flour variety which they called "Millennium Flour" after winning the "The Miller Challenge Cup" at the 1899 International Bakers Exhibition. (from Wikipedia)
Created for the Awake Challenge 'Abandoned Heritage' and
for the Glow Challenge 'Painted Cities'
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The façade of the Millenium Centre, Cardiff. Nicknamed the armadillo...
Some lovely reflections at the Newcastle Quayside a week or so ago
This is the first time in almost 6 months that I set foot on this bridge and I can say that it was almost empty. Barely anyone on the streets and you could feel the mood of an empty city. Hopefully this will go back to normal soon.
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Long exposure image of Millennium taken from the bank of the Thames
The London Millenium footbridge, with Tate Modern art gallery on the far side.
Uniqueness of a trunk of a thousand-year-old tree, specifically an olive tree, located in Canet L´Roig (Castelló-Valencia)