After a good rest it was back to the street picking up where I left off at Pall Mall. Next stop Electric Company. I thought I might look out EDF as they were very close, but it was a location I knew I would revisit, so I looked further afield. I decided to stretch the idea of the electric company to a location which used to generate electricity. . . Tate Modern. The walk is a nice gentle one, down to the river and then over the Golden Jubilee footbridge, then east past the London Eye and all along the Southbank and keep going for about 30 minutes until the stunning Tate Modern comes into view. Once there I spent some time in the turbine hall (one of my favourite places) and where I took 2 out my 3 images. The third is a reflection in one of the windows of the newly opened extension. If you look you will be able to see the ancient and modern reflection of me and the Shard (another of my favourite photographic locations).
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