Club Photo Trip: Greenwich

Greenwich park is one of London's iconic places that you can go time after time and never get bored of, and the photographic club had arranged an evening / night photo trip to the park, along the river front and up to the Cutty Sark.We started out about 7.30pm grabbing shots over the Queen's House, Greenwich, and a distant Canary Wharf from the 'General Wolfe Statue' view point. We then made our way down though the park to the river front where we watch the sun set over the Thames, photographing along the way.

It was not long it was dark and the moment had arrived that I'd been waiting for... To get that shot I'd visualised weeks earlier on a Greenwich day trip of the Thames Tunnel 'Entry Building' and the Cutty Sark.

Below is those visualisations captured.