Old photos from England. An afternoon at St. James’s Park in the City of Westminster.
Old photos from England….
Lonely Good Friday spent on the southern coast of UK. Just a short train ride away from London, Brighton makes a great destination for a leisurely day out. I spent the day walking around North Laine, exploring the Indo-Saracenic architecture of the Royal Pavillion and relaxing by the seaside, of course!
Photos from a rainy day, so typical of English winter, that was spent at a burial place of historical significance. Located in North London, this English heritage site attracts visitors, not only for its tranquil environment, but also for the notable people buried here. The cemetery is divided into two parts and I spent the day in the East wing which is popular for being the resting place of Karl Marx.
One of the major attractions of this city is it’s royal parks! These are green spaces which are originally owned by the monarch but have been made accessible to the public now. I recently visited two of those, Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens. Together, they cover more than 250 hectares of area! I tried to take pictures of as many birds as possible. Can you help me identify them?!