16 Photographs London
Her Majesty the Queen can be proud of London, the beautiful capital of her kingdom. Immortalised in photographs, the city has long charmed many of us. Discover the limited-edition photos of London on YellowKorner, your artistic photo gallery.
photographsof London, the United Kingdom’s beautiful capital Her Majesty the Queen can be proud of London, the capital of her kingdom. Immortalised in photographs, the city has long charmed many of us. Discover the limited-edition photos of London on YellowKorner, your artistic photo gallery. Artistic shots paying tribute to London Although it is one of the top tourist attractions, Buckingham Palace is not the only site to see in London. Much like the royal palace, Big Ben is also one of the most-photographed landmarks of. A cultural tidbit: in 2012 the clocktower was renamed “Elizabeth Tower” in honour of Her Majesty Elizabeth II on the occasion of her Diamond Jubilee. Other sites have also entered into photographic history, thanks to being showcased by professional photographers like Richard Silver . Among these mythical spots is Westminster Palace, with its Victorian architecture housing the British Parliament.Laurent Dequick also shows us, in his collection of London photos , Piccadilly Circus, famous for its cinemas, theatres, shops, and restaurants. The dynamic London capital creates a timeless decor Often photographs that show the life and evolution of London give an impression of perpetual movement. This is much the result of the dexterity of YellowKorner’s partner photographers. Discover the beauty of the London Eye, a symbol of this dynamism, through photos taken by Laurent Dequick already available in limited edition on YellowKorner. Constructed in 2000 to mark the beginning of the new millennium, this big wheel has become an unmissable emblem of the capital. And speaking of tall towers, don’t forget to look through the photos of the Tower Bridge taken by YellowKorner’s professional photographers. This edifice is unique because it is made up of two towers joined by a platform allowing boats on the Thames to pass underneath. The artistic effect is surprising and intriguing: it’s ideal for magnificently embellishing a wall that needs decoration.