Forgotten Photos from England

I took two cameras on my trip to England back in October – my primary camera and my backup camera. On the day we went to Westminster Abbey, the Churchill War Rooms and Kensington Palace I was very glad to have that backup. My number one camera failed to charge the night before (user error I’m sure) so I pulled out my second camera and didn’t have to miss taking photos that day. As you can see it was a pretty grey and rainy day and I ended up not taking as many photos as I usually do as I was huddled underneath an umbrella trying to stay dry. And that might have been why I forgot that I had these at all. I downloaded a few when I got back, but just remembered on Saturday that I had more on this camera than I had thought. I thought I’d share them here to remember what I lovely time I had and as a reminder to start being more frugal so that I can afford to go again next year.

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5 thoughts on “Forgotten Photos from England

  1. The Churchill War Rooms look great! That was the one thing I missed when I went to London for the first time and saw all the sights. I missed it out to go see The Tempest at the Globe — no regrets, it was a great performance, but I would like to go back sometime and visit the Churchill War Rooms.

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    1. Yes, there were small interludes (15 mins. or so) when the sun would break out. It was hard to know whether to put your umbrella away or not.

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