Weekly Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds

Queen's Guard

Several years ago, we spent a week in London. It was well before I had so many blogging friends from across the pond. We traveled around on foot, by bus and by underground. We did some of the usual tourist things, enjoyed delicious meals, shopped, and had an all around wonderful visit. But, if I had only known then about all the gorgeous gardens I should have visited. I’m thinking maybe I need to plan a return visit.  🙂

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About Judy @ NewEnglandGardenAndThread

Master Gardener who enjoys gardening, quilting, photography, and traveling.
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20 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds

  1. Joyce says:

    Beautiful composition – nicely divided into thirds!
    Wish they didn’t have to kill black bears for those hats, though.


  2. I have been looking at beautiful images of flowers and butterflies in connection with this challenge, however your photo gives one a different view of this theme and fulfils the criteria well. And what a cool hat!!!


  3. Perfect!!!! Can’t believe how nicely this fits in with the challenge!


  4. Grandma Kc says:

    It really is a great picture! Is this one of the photos you were able to recover?


  5. RuthsArc says:

    Beautiful photo.


  6. Love the shot / perfect for the challenge!


  7. Nancy says:

    So very neat… great photo for the challenge!


  8. Hope you do make a return visit soon Judy!


  9. Wonderful picture. Those hats look excessively warm for most of the year, though.


  10. Great photo! Perfect for the rule. I would love to take a tour of gardens some August, all through England.


  11. Sartenada says:

    Well done and very beautiful photo.


  12. What a great photo! We plan to be there in a couple weeks!! 🙂


  13. We have some glorious gardens here in Cornwall for your Gardens visit! I ‘ve featured one or two in my blog, Trelissick, Trebah, Trememheere for some. You’d love them 🙂


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