News Shopper reader takes sultry Biggin shot during twilight ride

News Shopper reader takes sultry Biggin shot during twilight ride

News Shopper reader takes sultry Biggin shot during twilight ride

First published in News This Is Local London: Photograph of the Author by , news editor

An eagle-eyed News Shopper reader took this sultry snap in Biggin Hill on Easter Sunday.

Lee Curtis was cycling near the airport when he spotted the sun setting behind St Mark's Church.

The 33-year-old said: "I was out riding down Westerham Road towards Biggin Hill when I rode passed the church down Church Road and noticed the sun setting behind it - so I went back to take the photo.

"I thought it was a poignant image given it was Easter Sunday and the sun was setting behind the church."

Send your pictures to dkeel@london.newsquest.co.uk leaving your name, age, address and photo location.

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9:58am Wed 23 Apr 14

Hyper-Deactive says...

Must be a slow news week in Bromley.
Must be a slow news week in Bromley. Hyper-Deactive
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10:42am Wed 23 Apr 14

Tonic says...

Not sure "sultry" (definition: hot and humid) is the right word... "Atmospheric" maybe?
Not sure "sultry" (definition: hot and humid) is the right word... "Atmospheric" maybe? Tonic
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2:05pm Wed 23 Apr 14

bnorther says...

Really - NS is now a place to send our snaps too?
Really - NS is now a place to send our snaps too? bnorther
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5:32pm Wed 23 Apr 14

Bigginhillbilly says...

Sorry Newsshopper,
It's not St Marks and it's not Biggin HIll.. Try Keston/Leaves Green.
Sorry Newsshopper, It's not St Marks and it's not Biggin HIll.. Try Keston/Leaves Green. Bigginhillbilly
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