A visit to the Buckingham Palace London


When people heard about England, I think the first one comes-up was the Queen, the Palace, the London Bridge, the Royal Guards, and the words “God save the Queen”! I was in London a week ago, and one of our list to see about London is to watch the changing of the guards at the Buckingham palace, and of course hopping to see the Queen as well.:) So guys the following photos are my adventures during my Buckingham palace last week, have fun.:)

Buckingham Palace London.

Buckingham Palace is the official London residence and principal workplace of the British Monarch which is located in the city of Westminster.

The Victoria Memorial :)

The Victoria Memorial is facing in front of the Buckingham Palace gate 🙂

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The weather is cold, I think this time was about -7C temperature, the Sky has no colors at all but a grayish foggy day.:)

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The weather is cold, I think this time was about -7C temperature, the Sky has no colors at all but a grayish foggy day.:)

Tourist folks are itching to get inside but right now that it's Winter the Tourist are only from the outside gate!

Tourist folks are itching to get inside but right now that it’s Winter the Tourist are only from the outside gate!

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From different outlooks:)

Chaniging of the Royal Guards.

changing of the British Army Royal Guards.:)

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Palace winter-land:)

The Parade with the Horses is pretty much crucial.:)

The British Army Parade with the Horses is pretty much crucial.:)

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The Art:)

The Arts:)

The only one I can complained during the changing of the guards is the guards march is kind of short, because of course it’s winter, and I understand that! But I just hope that the guards do their march positions in front of the gate like they’re doing during the summer, and not inside the front yard of the palace as you can notice in this photo, the positioned march is inside the yard. 

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The marching inside the front yard of the palace!  And I can’t see it at all, because of people are packed next to the gate. In this photo I raised my Tripod up using the multiple shots of my camera.:)

Best Regards,

Yen-Yen

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