from Hyde Park and Kensington Garden, London
Hyde Park where Prince Regent organized fireworks 1814 to mark the
end of the Napoleonic Wars and where the Great Exhibition was held
in 1851 (during Queen Victoria's reign).
So romantic and beautiful...
This is the Italian Gardens from 1860-1. I have decided that one
of my short stories from “Secrets and Seduction” will
take place here...
Water nymph in Kensington Garden.
So beautiful and almost a little eerie... Winter picture of the
Victoria Gate also called the Queen’s Gate. This entrance
was completed in 1868 to coincide with the planned location of a
new railway station (which later was built somewhere else) and the
entrance was never used.
Did Jane Austen ever walked here, I wonder.
This little critter caught my attention...
Only a little snow left on the ground in Hyde Park.
Mr Holmes was not at home, but Dr Watson invited me in for tea...
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T. L. Jennings vintage photos?
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