Watching Over St. Paul’s

Add St. Paul’s Cathedral as one of those buildings to revisit when I return to England some day. When we arrived, there was a service in progress, so we were unable to venture very far into the church.  They had just started and our time was limited, so that left us with only the opportunity to venture around out front.

We were about to leave when these two London officers arrived on horseback. They were good sports about having the students in our group pose for photos and ask questions. They were all business, but had great attitudes. We noticed this a lot about London. The people were friendly and seemed glad to see you (unlike some folks in France, but that’s a different post for a different day).
 

We were about to leave St. Pauls Cathedral, when these to London officers arrived on horseback. They were good sports about having the students in our group pose for photos and ask questions. Photo by Tim Stanley Photography

One thought on “Watching Over St. Paul’s

  1. Clever POV, Tim, using the eye line of the officers and their horses as the leading line to the image. Interesting contrast between their neon jackets and the granite of the facade of St Pauls.

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