I took this shot of The Houses of Parliament from a coach on Westminster Bridge, London, when traveling back home,after my visit to Kent.
The treatment used is Topaz B&W Opalotype,Tea GreenFall Off.

Camera Used Pentax K200D.

Thank you for viewing.


catherine veal, pentax k200d, manipulation, topaz b w, houses of parliament, london, westminster bridge


  • Colleen2012
    Colleen2012about 2 years ago

    Super capture from a coach Catherine. Well done love the tone you added. Beautiful effect. FAVED.
    Love Colleen2012

  • Thank you so much dear Colleen, for your very kind comment and FAV.x

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  • tunna
    tunnaabout 2 years ago

    What a wonderful image Catherine.stunning work my friend

  • Thank you very much dear Neil for your lovely comment,so pleased you like it.x

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  • Aase
    Aaseabout 2 years ago

    Wonderful capture and presentation Catherine.

  • Thank you dear Aase for your kindness and fave.x

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  • Colin J Williams Photography
    Colin J Willia...about 2 years ago

    This is superb work !! – Colin

  • Many thanks dear Colin for your lovely comment.x

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  • Irene  Burdell
    Irene Burdellabout 2 years ago

    Great shot and processing Catherine , x

  • Thank you so much dear Irene,
    It was tipping down with rain and we were moving quite fast,
    so i’m amazed it came out,but very pleased.x

    – Catherine Hamilton-Veal ©

  • Johanna26
    Johanna26about 2 years ago

    Superb work Cathering …love the editing you have applied…

  • So pleased you like it dear Johanna,thank you.x

    – Catherine Hamilton-Veal ©

  • georgieboy98
    georgieboy98about 2 years ago

    Speaking as one who has had a LOT of experience in recent years of trying to take photos from fast moving coaches I would ask you one question, namely what is your secret to success? Studying this photo it seems you have shot it at an angle in the direction you were heading and that is something I concentrated on whilst doing the Tasmania tour recently – but the major problem was always the reflections of the person sitting in the seat in front! Come on mate, tell your uncle Peter the answer because I’m off on another coach trip in about 4 weeks time and am hoping for better things!
    Great work

  • Hi my dear friend,thank you for you lovely comment.When I’m on a bus I get right up to the glass thus minimising any chance of reflection,if you do get a bit of reflection you can maybe clone it out.Hope that helps my little jet setter.Hugs from your mate.x

    – Catherine Hamilton-Veal ©

  • georgieboy98
    georgieboy98about 2 years ago

    I try that but there is almost always enough vibration to shake the camera. I have tried cloning out reflections, distractions etc but don’t seem to have the same amount of patience as you youngsters! Anyway, I’ll be trying again on the upcoming trip and shall report back!

  • Roger, Over and Out.x

    – Catherine Hamilton-Veal ©

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