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London

Somewhere I seldom visit. This was taken on a 3 megapixel kodak in 2005. My first digital camera. I still have it 

 

London

Somewhere I seldom visit. This was taken on a 3 megapixel kodak in 2005. My first digital camera. I still have it 

 

comments (20)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 17 Jan 2017, 00:45
Faded to sepia...must be a form of digital rot...
Bill Phillips: Can that be treated?
It looks good for 3megs, Bill. Its all changed now of course, London's in colour....
Bill Phillips: And it has been cropped!
Well I really like it!
Bill Phillips: Well that is just fine and dandy smile
  • Martine
  • France
  • 17 Jan 2017, 05:09
Beau traitement sépia pour cette jolie photo.
Bill Phillips: Pleased you like it Martine
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 17 Jan 2017, 06:32
London in the mist or smog - I love this sepia feeling. A fine camera!
Bill Phillips: It was sunny and the camera struggled to cope with it!
I really like this photo Bill.
Bill Phillips: Well that is mot gratifying Chad
  • Chris
  • England
  • 17 Jan 2017, 07:07
A very good picture isn't it, your subsequent decline has been a delight to watch
Bill Phillips: I am shortly to plummet to new depths. Watch out for a series called garage...
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 17 Jan 2017, 07:09
Back in the days of London fogs? Or did it have a built in sepia filter? Looks a grim place in any case, no wonder you didn't go back ;o)
Bill Phillips: A recent twiddle......I like London in the rear view mirror
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 17 Jan 2017, 07:31
No...I think it is very similar to toenail-rot...once you get it then you have it forever!

Not a problem if you like a little sepia in your pics...
Bill Phillips: I am not averse to a touch of sepia Ray
  • Lisl
  • Bath, England
  • 17 Jan 2017, 07:45
You show great perspicacity, Bill
Bill Phillips: Is that legal?
Looks like a real good old photograph with the sepia.
Bill Phillips: Thanks Jacquelyn
A worthy historic morsel Bill.
Bill Phillips: A moment in time
I would think the skyline (and your waistline) have changed in the decade.
Bill Phillips: The skyline probably not that much my waistline has varied quite a bit
After many years of working in London I have no particular wish to ever visit again which of course doesn't mean I don't like your picture, because I do.
Bill Phillips: I lived in London for a couple of years when I was very small. I just find it all too big. However, There are many things there worth seeing
Good sound, you might also like Iron and Wine, first heard the 'Trapeze swinger' on Desert Island Discs, chosen by outgoing American ambassador.
Bill Phillips: I will have to look for it!

Found it. Very good if a bit over long. I am a big fan of Passenger and have most of his albums.
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 17 Jan 2017, 15:56
In those days you had to try vary hard with photographs and put lots of thought in to things. Now we just click away, with posh clever macjhines that do every thing for us, and hope or discard.
Bill Phillips: Speak for yourself I have always just clicked away with digital cameras
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 17 Jan 2017, 16:01
Great sepia effect
Bill Phillips: Thanks Anne.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 17 Jan 2017, 17:30
3 megapixels? Luxury! My first was 640K and I think had no removable storage. London is OK for the occasional visit I think but it is so busy at any time of the year.
Bill Phillips: 640K that were luxury. Why we only had 48k....oh hang on that was a ZX spectrum
You got a great result with it, Bill!
Bill Phillips: It was a good little camera in its day
a very nice shot, Bill. i too have my second camera which was a 3.2mp Fuji. broke the battery cover off though.
Bill Phillips: I must get mine out and take some pictures with it!

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