For the Queen's Diamond Jubilee this year, tributes don't get bigger than this -- at least not yet.
An enormous photograph of Queen Elizabeth II and the royal family, measuring 328 feet wide and 229 feet tall, was installed Friday along the Thames River near Blackfriars Bridge. It took a team of eight workers to put it up.
In the photo, the queen seems to be waving to all who pass -- an image perfect for the moment the Jubilee Flotilla will sail by on Sunday, June 3. It's all part of the celebrations marking the queen's 60th year on the throne.
The photograph was snapped during the queen's Silver Jubilee in 1977. From left are Princes Charles Edward and Andrew, the late Lord Mountbatten, the queen and Prince Philip, and Capt. Mark Phillips and Princess Anne (from whom she divorced).