Glory: London, England

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Shops and cafes in Greenwich Market, London

© Ronnie Y. Bindra

HDR photo taken in the 17th century windy back streets of Greenwich market, London.

With spring well under way, the plant pots and cafes bustle with life and activity, all at the mercy of the glory of the sun and its warmth.

“The glory of Sinai hath hastened to circle round the Day-Spring of this Revelation, while from the heights of the Kingdom the voice of the Son of God is heard proclaiming: ‘Bestir yourselves, ye proud ones of the earth, and hasten ye towards Him.’ Carmel hath in this day hastened in longing adoration to attain His court, whilst from the heart of Zion there cometh the cry: ‘The promise of all ages is now fulfilled. That which had been announced in the holy writ of God, the Beloved, the Most High, is made manifest.’”

Baha’u’llah

Ronnie is founder and former co-editor of Nineteen Months
and shoots from the hip with a Nikon. Ronnie hails from London, England and falls asleep when he takes his socks off.

2 Comments

  1. Rosemary

    12 April, 2011 at 12:04 pm

    A wonderful photograph!! :) It is now my desktop wallpaper!! :)

  2. Mina

    5 May, 2011 at 11:17 am

    Brilliant colours, well done Ronnie.