Travel Photography Photos tagged as westminster
Palace of Westminster
Palace of Westminster at sundown
The Clocktower, Big Ben at the Palace of Westminster
Closest thing that I have to photographic evidence that I was within an arm's reach of Michelle Obama - a photo of the building in which I saw her: Westminster Abbey.
This is the entrance to Westminster Abbey, across the street from the Houses of Parliament in Parliament Square. It is being renovated.
You can see the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, and Westminster Abbey.
This bridge links Parliament Square with the London Eye. Behind my dad, Annie and me is the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.
Another shot of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, taken off the corner of Westminster Abbey in Parliament Square.
The statue is on one side of the Houses of Parliament, facing Westminster Abbey.
You can see all of the work that's being done to give this attractive, albeit timeworn, structure a facelift.
Taken from our tour bus, so it's not great quality, but it shows you the size and majesty of Westminster Abbey.
There are a lot of places of worship in Westminster. This synagogue is across the street from St. Matthews Church.
This is the view upon entering the church. It has great old architecture and style and magnificent details. Sadly, this photo doesn't do it justice.
Walking down the street from our apartment towards Kensington Park, we saw an eye-catching structure, extremely tall and old. The exterior looked like it might have been burned at some point. I was so intrigued, I urged the family to sneak in and explore. My mom was extremely uncomfortable trespassing. It's an Anglican church, part of the Church of England.
It just made me laugh. It’s right above the entrance to Westminster.
As I mentioned in our DVD on England (see www.usphotogroup.com), different perspectives were taken of Westminster both at nightfall and early morning from high up and at street level. This is a powerful image due to a combination of the lighted parliament and the sky. Take the lights away or have a bald sky, the image would lose most of its impact.
The Thames River and the London Eye viewed from the Westminster Bridge.
Westminster Palace and the Westminster Bridge.