#dogwoodweek2

In the second part of the Dogwood photography challenge was a landscape task.

This week I had to Shoot a beautiful landscape and share it with the world. Find a nice foreground and don’t forget the sky.

#dogwood52 #dogwoodweek2

So this is this weeks photo, again shot with my iPhone 6S.

This was snapped during my lunch break today.  The weather was really grey and cold which didn’t leave me very inspired.

I say snapped but I did think about this shot and this was one of several I took.  I think it’s a good balance of background, mid content and foreground.

It’s a view across the Thames from Victoria Embankment with the London Eye poking out over the horizon.

To see my other Dogwood photo challenges click here.

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