The Big Ben is one of the most mainstream, most-photographed and most conventional landmarks of London. Not when seen by the Thames, though. When positioned within the water element, everything seems to change dimension, size, importance. Then, even a rusted, old, looking like abandoned boat might steal the glory of the Parliament’s Great Bell. Or it might simply complement it beautifully, within a frame that feels like the ‘good old London’ we ‘ve never seen; a past era we can only revive through nostalgia and camera lenses.

It’s all a matter of perspective, after all.

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The Provider, Westminster Pier, March 2017