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This Photograph has been featured in the following RedBubble groups; ‘Artists of Norfolk and Suffolk’, ‘Architecture of the British Isles’, ’ Your Country’s Best’, ‘Unique Buildings of the World’, ‘Compact’, ‘The English Church’.
St Paul’s Cathedral, London, England on a wet, cold, February evening.
Designed by Christopher Wren following the Great Fire of London of 1666 which destroyed the original cathedral.
Taken on my Canon Powershot SX110 Compact camera. ISO 800.
Below is how the photo would appear as a Framed Print ( 2 different versions of frames ).