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Horse Guards is a large grade I listed building in the Palladian style between Whitehall and Horse Guards Parade in London, England.
It was built between 1751-1753 by John Vardy to a design by William Kent. The building was constructed on the site of the Guard House of the old Whitehall Palace, which had been destroyed by fire in 1698. The palace’s tiltyard became the exercise ground of Horse Guards Parade, located behind the Horse Guards building.
My two eldest children and I visited the Cabinet War Rooms in April 2010, and after our visit, wandered through London, pausing at Horse Guards Parade, where there was a lot of temporary construction going on. We asked a guard what it was for – turns out it was the day before the London Marathon…we had no idea!
The day of our wander was a particularly steamy one, which affected my photography immensely – I found it difficult to get the right white balance. Never one to throw away an otherwise good shot, I have manipulated this post-processing, using my Aperture program.
The photo is printed on 220gsm matt canvas inkjet paper. It is in A4 format. The edition is limited to 25 prints. The copyright remains with me, as the original photographer, and each print has been signed and dated on the back by me.
When purchased, this print will be posted in a card-backed envelope, for added protection.
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