Sunday, 19 January 2014

Buckingham Palace..

Hello, 

So here are the photo's I promised :)

These are the photo's, that I found in my SD card. These are the photo's I took the day before the Olympics started in London. There, was a lot of tourists around, I have to say that it was really hot summer and a lot of people passing when I was taking a photo, at least i took GREAT photo's.


Some of these pictures were taken in Green Park which is a famous British park which will lead you to Buckingham Palace and from their I couldn't stop taking pictures :) I have more picture's so I might do a part two of 'Buckingham Palace'.
 

Enjoy My Photography:D


Walk
Speed
Gates

Clarence House

32 comments:

  1. Love the gate photo! The color of the gold and angle is great. I like to leave my photos in a raw natural form but I love the dark edged corners! Great work

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    1. Awh! Thanks for visiting, glad you like it :) Thanks, and am hoping to turn down abit of the editing and go for a more natural look :)

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  2. The first photo is my favourite, beautiful vintage colours showcasing a nice day.

    Take care,
    Ayesha xxx

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  3. I like the walk photo especially with the man running. It just show how human elements combine with the backdrop.

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    1. Haha! I had a feeling you'd love it too!

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  4. As a londoner it is beautiful to see someone gushing over our top tourist sites. Buckingham palace is definitely one of them and picking out Green Park put a smile on my face.

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    1. Awrh! It really is a beautiful place!

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  5. I like that grassy area near Clarence house. Must be nice spend to an afternoon reading a book there.

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    1. Yeah, it looked like a nice place to relax!

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  6. Historical buildings are always so great to photograph. Interesting editing and style choices!

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  7. Nice shots! I particularly like the Clarence House photo with the tourist resting just outside it. Very 'tourist-y' and casual.

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  8. I have always dreamed of visiting the Queen's country. I have I could also visit these places you have shared.

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    1. Awrh! You should come one day, am sure you'd love it :)

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  9. Great photos Rebecca! I love the one of the gates. I hope to visit them in person some day...

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  10. Awwww!!! I love heritage. You have a great work in photography, Rebecca. Keep it on.

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  11. that's a really cool and overly ornate gate! wish i could go there someday! >XD

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  12. Awww... You should display bigger photos on your blog! It will look nicer and show off your beautiful photos!

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    1. Thank you so much and I have started now haha!

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  13. Aww awesome dear i too want to go there ,,really
    great palace

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    1. Thank you! Hope you enjoy it when you do!

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  14. The photos are lovely... but why are they so small? Bigger photos would really make B Palace shine. Brings back memories... :-)

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    1. Thank you so much! I just used to do that haha, yes I have learnt from that now and aww :)

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  15. Gates and Clarence House are like The Mansion of Baguio City here in the Philippines.

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