Kensington Gardens

Originally posted on Blogger on 18 March 2015

On Thursday (12 March) and Saturday (14 March), I went out to Kensington Gardens. Historically, the land was originally obtained by Henry VIII in 1536 to be used as a deer park for the king and his favourites to hunt in. I went out there on Thursday, but didn’t take any pictures and spent about an hour and a half to two hours sitting under a tree, reading. I went back out on Saturday so I could take some pictures. It was cloudy and overcast, but it made for some interesting lighting.

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