Location - St.Pauls Cathedral

London at night is fantastic, as the city takes on a whole different look/feel due to the light radiated by nearby sources. After a great days shooting at HCPhotography, I found myself on the train to London with family for a birthday meal. Not the shot I was intending to get, as by the time we arrived at the London eye it had stopped rotating. I believe everything happens for a reason, and as such I've still managed to capture a great image which I initially hadn't set out to get. This is one of the reasons why I love photography, it's spontaneous!

This is a view along Millennium Bridge to St.Pauls Cathedral, part of the iconic London skyline. Thousands of people cross this bridge daily, so shooting at night not only allowed me to shoot this without disruption, but also capturing the fantastic light given off by the city.