….the last of the roses from Queen Mary’s Garden
….thanks to Norm for hosting Thursday Doors
All these doors are in the South Kensington area of London. The Queens Gate Lodge was owned by the Museum of Natural History and was built in 1883 to accommodate an engineer and messenger who worked at the museum. This tiny 2-bedroom house sits in Hyde Park just inside the Queen’s Gate and can be yours for a mere 6 706 000 pounds. When I first saw the sign at the gate to the house I actually thought that it belonged to the Queen. It wasn’t till I returned home and started to research the place that I discovered that the place was named after the famous gate that leads into the park and has nothing to do with Her Majesty.
…thanks to Nancy Merrill for hosting the Photo a Week Challenge
My second most favourite colour is blue. Here are my entries for the theme blue.
….thanks to Becca Givens for hosting Sunday Trees