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Dimensions2694 x 4048
Original file size752 KB
Image typeJPEG
Color spacesRGB
Date taken3-Nov-11 14:09
Date modified7-Nov-11 22:45
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Camera makeNIKON CORPORATION
Camera modelNIKON D700
Focal length24 mm
Focal length (35mm)24 mm
Max lens aperturef/2.8
Exposure1/200 at f/5.6
FlashNot fired
Exposure bias0 EV
Exposure modeAuto
Exposure prog.Shutter priority
ISO speedISO 200
Metering modePattern
Digital zoom1x
St James's Piccadilly. Built 1684 by Sir Christopher Wren

St James's Piccadilly. Built 1684 by Sir Christopher Wren

Excerpt from ‘The Illustrated London News’ August 9, 1947
For nearly seven years St James’s Piccadilly, has stood roofless and ruined, a poignant reminder of the air attacks of the “Big Blitz” winter of 1940-41.
A portion of the south aisle was temporarily repaired so that services could be held; and last year, as the result of a suggestion made by the late Lord Southwood, the churchyard was made into a garden of remembrance to commemorate London’s fortitude during the war.
Repair work will shortly start on the north wall, which has become unsafe. St. James’s Grinling Gibbons carvings include the font at which Lord Chesterfield and Lord Chatham were christened; and among the well-known men buried there are the two Willem Van de Veldes (marine painters), Gillray the caricaturist and “Old Q.,” the fourth Duke of Queensberry”