A London photographer was in the right place at the right time during the London 2012 Olympics when he caught a photo he calls the 'Full Moon Rise at Tower Bridge' through the Olympic rings. The photo was captured by Luke MacGregor, a professional photographer from the south-east of England who has been taking pictures as a career since 1998. He currently shoots for the Reuters picture agency and for global news.
MacGregor just happened to be close to the Tower Bridge in London the other day when a bright orange/red moon was rising just underneath the Olympic rings. The rings are suspended below the iconic bridge and when perfectly timed, the moon created some interesting photographs that appear to blend perfectly with the colorful circles. The rising full moon helped create an upside down pyramid shape and fitted perfectly into the top black ring.
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The 'Full Moon Rises at Tower Bridge' Photos are Captivating
- By: Cody TurnerAug 11, 2012