I shot this from a distance of about 75 feet away, which was mostly up. This statue of Helios sits atop a tall column at the heart of the Television Centre 'doughnut', and as such really isn't seen by that many people in the greater scheme of things.
One purpose photography has is to show the unseeable, and I felt this subject was worthy because of the rarity of sighting.
It is deeply flawed. You can see strong noise in the shadow areas. It was particularly dim when I took the shot and with a subject so far away there was no opportunity to add any artificial light. The processing in the sky is also rather poor, I ought to go back and re-work the raw file really, but I guess I feel the image is never going to be of any technical merit, so I let it stand. Choose your battles.