England - JoeDanielPrice

The Greenwich Foot Tunnel (opened on 4 August 1902) crosses beneath the River Thames in East London, linking Greenwich in the south with the Isle of Dogs and Canary Wharf to the north. This is the section of the tunnel that was repaired after sustaining damage during World War 2. The south exit of the tunnel is right opposite the popular Cutty Sark tourist attraction and just a short distance from all the other major attractions, such as the Greenwich Observatory, Painted Hall, and the Royal College. The tunnel itself is 1,215 feet long and 50 feet deep. I took the standard single point perspective down the middle shot, but I thought I'd try this angle off to one side, I think it's more interesting.

The Greenwich Foot Tunnel (opened on 4 August 1902) crosses beneath the River Thames in East London, linking Greenwich in the south with the Isle of Dogs and Canary Wharf to the north. This is the section of the tunnel that was repaired after sustaining damage during World War 2. The south exit of the tunnel is right opposite the popular Cutty Sark tourist attraction and just a short distance from all the other major attractions, such as the Greenwich Observatory, Painted Hall, and the Royal College. The tunnel itself is 1,215 feet long and 50 feet deep. I took the standard single point perspective down the middle shot, but I thought I'd try this angle off to one side, I think it's more interesting.

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