Photography, Play, Teach Great Trees And Great Queens A beautiful tree sited at the Royal Holloway University, and from the main quad, a statue of Queen Victoria. Quite outstanding show of nature and from man. Taken at Royal Holloway University © dannyboybroderick Share this:PinterestLinkedInPrintEmailTelegramLike this:Like Loading... Related
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A great queen is one who stands for and represents honor.
Couldn’t agree more.
Essa estátua é magnífica! Amei!
Que bom que você gostou.
lovely statue, a great monument to a truly phenomenal monarch 🙂
Indeed. Thanks for the comments.
I liked this pretty cool for St. Georges Day!
I have a special post for St. Georges Day – keep a lookout for it…
Victoria was quite the Queen. Do you realize we are living in the second Elizabethan Age? I think she’s done a pretty good job of it.
Indeed. I think the first Elizabeth and Victoria made tremendous changes here in the UK. Perhaps the two most influential monarchs in history.
Just think of all the changes that the present Elizabeth has gone through. I still think she has done a pretty good job of it.
I think she has done a pretty good job too, she’s certainly seen an enormous change in the country over the past 60 years.
He is a wonderful photographer Don. I love both photos.
I’m sure Don would happily accept that he is a wonderful photographer, I’m glad you like my photos too!
Very nice statue of the Queen. Other than Lady liberty, there aren’t many statues of women in US. The building behind sure catches my eye…and what an interesting tree. It looks like some of it’s limbs are missing. Does that type of tree grow that way?
I’m not sure if the tree grows like that. It might be the strong wind in the area has made it grow like that?
You need a female president over there in the US to get more female statues. Two female queens (Elizabeth I and Victoria) have been greatly influential in shaping Britain.
This is a beautiful shot. I love the contrast too.
Of course! Always like seeing what other people are creating.
That looks like a beautiful place! Thank you for sharing!