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| p.1 #17 · p.1 #17 · What lens to bring to London? And a picture from my hometown. |
Thank you for everyone's ideas. They were extremely useful. I ended up bringing three lens to London: 8-15, 16-35 and 85.
On arrival, I quickly checked in to a hotel, dropped some of my luggage and started my London adventure.
Tower of London was my first stop. It has a lot of history behind it. Part of the structure was built in the 1100.
I walked over the Tower Bridge to check out the City Hall and took some photos from the other side.
Did not stay too long as I needed to head over to the British Museum before it was closed for the day. I used my 16-35 as well as my 8-15 on it. The Museum in itself is a piece of art.
After I was ushered out of the building, I headed over to London Eye. Followed with a nice walk to the parliament, Buckingham palace, stopped at a pub for a bit to eat and back to my hotel. London was very clean, and I felt safe all the time. I even had my camera hanging on my neck. The only disappointment was the fish and chip...
Early next morning, I joined a tour to Windsor, Stonehenge, Lacock and Bath. I was looking forward to the Stonehenge but I ended enjoying my stay at Windsor, Lacock and Bath most. Stonehenge was nice too, but the weather really hit hard on the day I was visiting. My 5D2 and 16-35 was really wet. I did not stay for too long before heading back to the coach.
The spot on the left hand side was rain drop on lens, anyone know how to fix it? I like this photo but fixing this was beyond my photoshop skill.
Monday to Friday were working days. But I managed to drop by Brighton on one of the nights.
Friday night, I went to other places I missed visiting in London last time.
Followed by Hyde Park before Heathrow.
Again thank you everyone for the ideas.