Once there was a little Prince and his name was George. He had very popular parents who attended to charity-polo-games and fancy dinners. But when they left they used to leave on a little light that would scare away the ghosts of his ancestors. But not the paparazzi.
Kensington Palace, home to two successors to the throne.
This is the front of Café Diana on Wellington Terrace. It’s the first thing you see when leaving Kensington Palace Gardens – the road leading to the home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. And apparently they are pretty fond of their highborn neighbours.
Diana Superfan John Loughrey – royal admirier since the fifties
Im Buckingham Palace ist noch Licht
Oh so square. You find the prints here
Hip Hip Hooray!
Is there a better day for a royal birth than the hottest day of the year? Apparently not.
Winter is coming – for the UK. Angel atmosphere in Angel in 2012.
Credits and thanks to Jess Shankleman
A pretty poster all the way from Austin, Texas: London by Blanca Gomez
The guys from poster cabaret generally have a fine collection of prints…
Now who said December needed snow?
To me, St Paul’s Cathedral is one of the most magic places in the world.