I spent this rare English sunny day at Hampton Court Palace, walking the brick-worked passages and courtyards that felt the footsteps of Henry VIII, Catherine of Aragon, and Anne Boleyn.
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A rare day indeed to see the sun! Beautiful pictures! 🙂
Thanks, C.B.! I am amazed at how much sun I’ve seen on this trip. Spring is springing forth in London, with fruit trees in bloom and willows leafing out.
Must be gorgeous place according to Your beautiful photos.
I am amazed to be able to walk the same hallways and passages that were walked by the likes of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. It makes history come alive.
I love those shots Janet. Especially the one with then shadow of the cross. I like the perspective.
Thanks, Nancy! There were so many beautiful sights there.
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