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I couldn’t miss the opportunity to get to the top of the round tower and take this shot of St George’s Chapel and Windsor town centre behind it. The ferris wheel was a feature for a few summers but has not been seen in a while.
This panoramic shot of the castle walls with Queen Victoria’s statue was taken from the top of Peascod Street. This is the iconic shot that millions of tourists take, but is no less impressive because of that.
A walk out over the Brocas meadow in early summer gave us the chance to take this flower filled picture of the castle.
The flags were for the Queen’s Jubilee and made Peascod Street look very festive.
Windsor Castle’s back gate in summer
Windsor Castle Rooftops taken from Windsor Central Station
The Curfew Tower from Castle Street, Windsor
The royal standard is flown when the Monarch is ‘at home’.
The three lions represent England, The harp represents Ireland
The red Lion represents Scotland.
The round tower is the oldest part of the castle and is the private residence of the Monarch.
Turrets at Windsor Castle
Heraldic Lion on the chappel at Windsor Castle
Photo of the St George’s chappel entrance at Windsor Castle
The guards get very lonely. Private Johnson is holding hands with his invisible girlfriend, Pippa.
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