St James’s Park

We took a trip this morning to St James’s Park, a huge, green, relaxing natural space in the heart of London, just a stone’s throw from Buckingham Palace. Even though we got caught in the rain along the way, it was a wonderful exploration of birds, waterways, flowers and trees.

Halfway through, we saw a commotion happening in a nearby street and hurried over to see that it was the changing of the horse guards – an impressive ceremony performed out in the open for all to see.

Such a beautiful Park

A Squirrel gathering acorns

The fountain hiding Buckingham castle in the background

The beautiful lake

Grey Geese abounding

The river with Buckingham palace and the fountain in the background

The changing of the Royal Horsemen

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