Sóla Snapshot

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Lloyds Building – Iconic London


This high-tech, stainless steel mammoth of a building literally took my breath away. The Lloyds Building (the home of an insurance company) stands as tall as ever and is a photographers architectural dream to shoot.

There is seriously nothing quite like it in the capital’s city scape. It’s amazing to look at. I heard a few of my friends talking about how magnificent this structure is the other day and so I decided to check it out for myself.

The steel of Lloyds truly is a masterpiece.

What I enjoy the most when capturing urban aesthetically designed structures are the diverse shapes  and cleverly created pieces of art.

If I’m not photographing people I’m always searching for that unique urban structure that shows off its lines, curves, symmetry and plain old star quality 😀.

These images were all taken using my iphone 6s+. I’m a firm believer that it’s not always about the gear you’re using but rather the unique vision that sets you apart from the rest.

I hope you enjoyed this post and thank you for stopping by.

Peace and love,



Author: Sóla Snapshot

Photographer and blogger - Street | Architecture | Travel My photographic adventures, whether close to home or far away. Lover of good food, dogs (even though I don't have one yet), orangutangs and travelling the world.

3 thoughts on “Lloyds Building – Iconic London

  1. I’ve never seen anything like this — no wonder you were intrigued, Sóla! I hope you’re pleased with your images; they really capture the “personality” of the architecture.

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  2. You have captured it so well 🙂


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