London Sights for An Awesome #Selfie this Holiday Season
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London is such a cool place for taking selfies that heading out with your selfie stick can be a fantastic idea, especially this holiday season with all the sparkly lights and winter-y mood. In fact, last year London was named selfie capital of the planet, with an incredible of 14% of social media selfies taken here. So where could you take the perfect selfie in the capital?
Who can resist taking a fun selfie in front of this iconic symbol of London? Of course, the size of the tower is such that it is hard to take a good picture of it. You are probably best doing it from quite far away, rather than getting too close to the Houses of Parliament. Your selfie stick will let you get a wider angle and better snap.
If you are planning a trip up in the London Eye anytime soon then be sure to grab your selfie stick before you leave home. The stunning panoramic views on offer when your capsule goes up make it ideal for great snaps of you being relaxed in front of a wonderful setting. Alternatively, you could stay down at ground level and take a cracking picture of you and the London eye together.
Probably the most difficult thing about getting a Buckingham Palace selfie is avoiding that a bunch of tourists appear in the background. Still it can be great fun to move about here trying to get the perfect angle for the photo with the help of your stick. Can you imagine if a member of the Royal family came out at the right moment and appeared in your selfie?
The timeless beauty of this bridge makes it a brilliant spot for your next selfie. It has been called the world's most popular bridge for selfies, and it is easy to see why. Apart from how good it looks, access is easy and there are a number of different angles worth trying.
The quality of the statues on show here means that it is ideal for getting a selfie with your favourite, film star, musician or superhero. Madame Tussauds is amazing fun at any time but with a selfie stick it is even better.
Images: IrishExaminer.com, Telegraph | MYC Writer: Robert BellSubscribe to UpdatesRelated Articles