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16Jun

A London Tourist: St James’s Park & A Visit To The Queen…Well, Sort Of…

On monday, I did a photo essay on the Fourth Plinth. Yesterday, it was Trafalgar Square. Today,  St James’s Park makes the cut. What can I say, the place is beautiful. To think, I have lived in London for over a decade and this was the first time, I made an effort to take in these different places was interesting. I have never found the whole tourist ‘thing’ that attractive. However, walking through and sitting in St James’s Park with my friend was so cool, I would not mind getting used to it. At the beginning of the year, I blogged about wanting friends from other countries, cultures and backgrounds. Well, I got my wish and I am doing things I would have thought of but was too busy to do.

Thanks H 🙂

Enjoy!!!

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What Can I Say? This Looks Better When You Are There In Person

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These two Were Getting Territorial 🙂

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Going It Alone...

water

There's Something About Nature...

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Chicks, Chicks, Chicks...

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Oh, So Cute!

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Show Time!

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We Are The Main Attraction

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A View From The Bridge

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And A River Runs Through It!

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Nature Is Beautiful...I Cannot Help But fall In Love With The Green Scenery

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This Dude Is H's Best Friend 🙂

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The Dude Climbed Up The Tree Just To Show H and I, He Had Skills 🙂 So Cute!

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Making An Effort To Be Patriotic 🙂

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The Sun Was Working With Me On This 🙂

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Definitely Working With Me 🙂

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I Could Not Go In. Apparently, I am Not Allowed To...Just Yet!

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If I Could, I would Have Brought This Flowerbed Home 🙂

That’s me and my mini-tourist adventures, hope you have had fun these last three days. I look forward to the next round.

Enjoy!!!!!

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2 Responses to “A London Tourist: St James’s Park & A Visit To The Queen…Well, Sort Of…”

  1. Jaycee says:

    There’s truly something profound about nature. Lakes are my best spots to absorb it all. Nice shots!

  2. Belinda Otas says:

    Thanks Jaycee, nature truly has the ability to make you absorb things in a way you may not do in a different environment.

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