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I don't really understand your perspective. It's a gorgeous image, full of light and the city's largest building is easily identifiable. The current image is so nondescript that it could be a decade old. I don't know why representation of the river is so important either, especially when it's covered quite broadly under Geography. I like my proposal because it makes the city look so energetic and illuminated. Ashton 29 (talk) 07:18, 22 April 2015 (UTC)