Park Royalty

St. James’s Park is the oldest of the eight Royal Parks in London, sees over 5.5million visitors every year, and has been at the centre of the country’s royal and ceremonial life for more than 400 years. It is surrounded by the three Palaces of London, Westminster which has become the Houses of Parliament, St. James’s Palace and of course Buckingham Palace. St. James’s Park is home to ducks, mallards and a range of flowers and trees, many of which are blossoming at this time of year! Took my camera out on my day off to take some photos in the sunshine…

Aperture Priority, 1/500, f5.3

Manual, 1/320, f5, ISO100

Manual, Aperture Priority, 1/320, f9, ISO100

Manuel, 1/320, f9, ISO100

Aperture Priority, 1/100, f5, ISO100

Aperture Priority, 1/500, f5.6, ISO125

Aperture Priority, 1/640, f5.6, ISO 400

Aperture Priority, 1/500, f5.3


All the photos I took today were shot on my Nikon D3100 with a 18 – 55mm lens.

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