St. James’s Park | London, England
I haven’t had a chance to post NEARLY enough of the pictures I took during our trip to Europe earlier this year, but I thought it would be a good time to put up two of my favorites from our last day in London. I just debuted my new homepage at www.fourthphotography.com, and the address for my blog has changed to blog.fourthphotography.com. Also, if you notice any differences on this page, I actually changed the layout of individual blog posts – the page is now wider to allow for larger images… because this blog is really all about the photos.
Anyways, back to the photos. These were both taken on the same bridge in the middle of St. James’s Park as we were walking to Buckingham Palace for the changing of the guard. It was a crisp British morning. People were feeding squirrels; several strange types of birds were hanging out near the water; and lots of visitors were milling about, like we were, enjoying the park before getting caught up in the crowds near the Palace. The colors and reflections in the water made for some pretty nice scenery. I really like this first image because you have three layers of content – nature in the front, classic British architecture behind that, and the modern London Eye in the distance towering over the landscape. Hope you all enjoy the new blog layout and the new pictures!