“Located inside the Albert Memorial Chapel (Lady Chapel of St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle’s Lower Ward) (the public isn’t allowed to go in here for some reason.) Oddly enough, Prince Albert, the namesake, isn’t buried in this chapel. Henry VIII wanted to be buried here but there were a few political issues after his death in terms of burial so he was simply buried with his third wife Jane Seymour in the main Chapel of St. George. (The appearance of the Albert Memorial Chapel is mostly Victorian).”
Photographer: James Russiello of Bath Daily Photo. This entry way is in Windsor, UK.
This door is located on a Victorian building on Summit Avenue in St. Paul, Minnesota. Originally a private residence it now has been redesigned with several apartments.
“A door in Pondicherry of a small shop which was closed. Pondicherry is amazing for its sense of colour!”
Photographer: James Russiello of Bath Daily Photo. This entry way is in Bath, UK.
From the main entrance of the church on the beautiful St. Catherine’s College campus in St. Paul, MN. Originally an all-woman’s college, it now is co-ed and part of a consortium of five local liberal arts colleges and universities.
In Thornton le Dale, a small village near Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK.
Photographer: Denise Nesbitt of Mrs. Nesbitt’s Place.
“This was taken in Menton, France, on April 16, 2007, while walking in the old town. I loved the texture of the various materials.”
Photographer: James Arzente of Arzente Fine Art.
Located on Buckingham Gate in the City of Westminster, UK, this is the Embassy of Swaziland, which is the closest embassy to Buckingham Palace.
Photographer: James Russiello of Bath Daily Photo.