Been wanting to get this shot for a while now and today i decided was going to be the day i went to try and find the location. I have seen various images taken from this location from some of my online FLickR friends including Glenn Driver, who was kind enough to advise me on the nearest station to it, which is East India on the Docklands Light Railway.
My day started off departing Ramsgate on the High Speed train to London St Pancras from there i went over to Camden Town. This for me was a first and is the most culturally diverse place i think i have ever been. The high street has some amazing shop fronts and of course is the host of the world famous Camden Market where the smells from around the world just completely envelope you.
Think i will have to return to Camden Town for a day out and sample some of the food and partake in some of the many beverage establishments around this very interesting part of London.
From here i departed and made my way on the London Underground to Bank station and had a walk around the heart of the financial city, passing The Royal Exchange, The Gherkin and Lloyd s of London.
From here i made my way down towards Tower Bridge where i took a couple of shots had a bit of a rest along the Thames and watched the world go by me before i made my way to Tower Gateway where i got a train to East India on the Docklands Light Railway.
It was now just a matter of finding this location i wanted to shoot from. I new that Barclays was to the right of One Canada Square and Citi was to the left. It was just a matter of following the road until i came across the exact location i was looking for, a small area of private properties beside this great location. The only thing was i arrived a little early and once i had done a few test shots for composition etc i had best part of a hour to kill before sunset !
However i think it was certainly worth the wait.