Monday, July 14, 2008

Project Black: Take Six

Houses of Parliament, London

Safe Behind Black Fencing



Go see more Black at Anna Carson Photography.

15 comments:

ellen b. said...

Isn't it great that you can post your England photos for this project. Love it...
Oh- the herons are posted...

Mr Puffy's Knitting Blog: said...

Absolutely adore the political novels by Anthony Trollope!!! To think this is where it all happened :)

June said...

Kind of a shame that there has to be fencing...what a world we live in!

quilly said...

Looks forbidding. Are they safe from us, or are we safe from them?

Good shot!

Christy said...

Still loving the London shots!

M.Kate said...

Hello there,
among the few others black picture, this is the one that is the best so far. Sangat cantik!! really awesome, you are definitely a very good photographer !!

photowannabe said...

So glad all is safe behind the black fence. Great shot and perfect for project black.

Carletta said...

Great for the project. The building is fasinating. No doubt the video camera got you too!

Melanie said...

I didn't know the Houses Of Parliament had fencing round like this! I suppose I should've thought about it in this day of increased security. Just shows how long it's been since I was in London. LOL

Love the cute puppy too. he seems to be saying "why are you taking a photo of little ol' me?" Sweet!

Tracy said...

I love how your London photos are fitting in with project. And isnt' that fence in from of Parliament rather starling when you come up form the tube station?! Pity there has to be sooo much security nowadays...But great shot, Willow! Happy Day ((HUGS))

JFargo said...

Very cool. I love the architecture of that building.

Barbara said...

How sad, this never used to be.

Robert said...

You just keep finding black. Keep your eyes open. Can't wait to see what's next.

artgirlATL said...

Such a cool building. Hugs!

Debbie said...

I haven't had internet connection for a bit so I spent my morning drinking my coffee and catching up on your blog. Excellent photos - thanks for being a fabulous tour guide. Looking forward to reading more about your trip.