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British photographer self-taught with an eye for natural light.

Adrian's art consists mostly of Landscape, Seascape, Architecture, Long Exposure, Vintage era, Religious themes, using Digital Blending / HDR / Textures / Painting style.


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The Victoria Tower

The Victoria Tower is the tallest tower in the Palace of Westminster. Named after Queen Victoria, it was for many years the tallest and largest stone square tower in the world, with a height of 98.5 metres (325 feet).

The tower was originally designed as a royal entrance and a repository for the records of Parliament, and is now home to the Parliamentary Archives.

On top of the tower is an iron flagstaff. From here either the Royal Standard (if the Sovereign is present in the Palace) or the Union flag is flown.

At the base of the tower is the Sovereign's Entrance, which is used by the Queen whenever entering the Palace. The steps leading from there to the Norman Porch are known as the Royal Staircase and are the start of the processional route taken by the Queen. By tradition, this route is the only one the Sovereign is allowed to take when he or she comes to the House of Lords. The Norman Porch is so called, because it was originally intended to house statues of the Norman kings.

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From Adrian Evans - Cityscape & Landmark Collection