Natural landscapes: the flowers of St. James’s Park

SPRING FOXGLOVE, LONDON, ENGLAND

My wife and I had just finished exploring the Churchill War Rooms and were walking along the edge of St. James’s Park when she spotted Buckingham Palace off in the distance. Well, nothing would do but that we had to visit.
So off we went through the park, which turned out to be an ideal locale for flower, landscape and wildlife photos. (Here’s an example of the park’s wildlife: https://wp.me/p2ccTX-V8.)
Nikon D7100, tripod.

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