10
in

Love ItLove It

St. James's Park

Another park that we visited during our trip to London was St. James’s Park. There were definitely a great variety of water fowl at this park. Plus, the birds were relatively used to people, so it was easy to get some nice shots. A fair number of very good posers. It’s nice to be able to get a nature break in a big city like London.

A Pink Cloud of Petals

Wary Heron

Duckling Parade

One More Step

Pink Pelican

What do you think?

18 points
Legend

Written by Chris B.

Energy Dependence Day - Two countries, different in almost every way, yet bound by the common thread of oil. #author #book #ebooks #thriller

Wordsmith BuddySmarty PantsLoyal BuddyBookwormYears Of MembershipUp/Down VoterStory MakerGallery MakerImage MakerEmbed MakerContent Author

10 Comments

Leave a Reply
  1. I used to work quite close to St James’s Park and would walk across it during my lunch break. It is quite close to Whitehall – the seat of government in the UK – and it was not unusual to see cabinet ministers taking the air at the same time that I was!

    Some great photos by the way – although it has to be pointed out that the pelicans were introduced a long time ago and are not native birds in the British Isles!

Leave a Reply