It doesn’t get more British than this. :) The Changing of the Guards (or Guard Mounting) is the best thing to see at Buckingham Palace. You can see the Changing of the Guards any day from May to June, the ceremony takes place at 11:30 am (if you plan to go at another time of the year, check online to see on which day the Changing of the Guards will take place). The ceremony will last for 30 minutes. Get there early if you want a good spot for pictures.
You can also see Guard Mounting at Windsor Castle, the ceremony also takes place at 11:00 am and you can see it any day from April to July.
WARNING: There’s no Guard Mounting during very wet weather conditions (a very useful bit of information to have when you live in London).
UK photographer and web designer Sarah Longworth used the Neptune Convertible Art Lens System in a range of settings, capturing a styled wedding shoot run by photographer Nicola Dixon around the beaches of Northumberland.
Life is always in the fast lane. Many moments are fleeting and unappreciated, like the haste sway of a skirt, or the tendrils being blown by the wind. The Lomo'Instant Square captures all those subtleties.
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In early 20th century, a photographer named Arthur Mole and his assistant John Thomas were commissioned by the US Military to capture group portraits of patriotic symbols to boost the country's morale.
Vietnam was under the French Rule since the 19 century. By the early 20th century, prosperity of Western influences came to Vietnam. The photographs were taken by Charles Petrie! Who captured everyday life.