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English Roses

Anthology of more than 300 Rose portraits at HRH Queen Mary’s Gardens, Regent’s Park, London

10 galleries with 255 photos

Updated: Jun 24, 2010 11:34am PST

Glory of Dance

Rudolf Nureyev, backstage during morning Exercice and in Apollo choreographed by Georges Balanchine

1 gallery with 20 photos

Updated: Jun 19, 2010 4:10am PST

Animals and Pets

A selection of Animals and Pets in different environments and several countries

1 gallery with 93 photos

Updated: Sep 07, 2010 5:08am PST

Helsinki and Lake Päijänne

A magnificent journey to Finland and from Helsinki to Lake Päijänne during Mid Summer

1 gallery with 98 photos

Updated: Jul 23, 2010 4:25pm PST

People Photography

Dissimilar People with different careers in a variety of countries on various occasions

1 gallery with 109 photos

Updated: Jul 27, 2010 3:41am PST

Roots of Inspiration

Vienna’s Vineyards at the 'Nußberg', about vine and the beauty of nature during four seasons

1 gallery with 161 photos

Updated: Jul 19, 2010 10:27pm PST

Sicily and the Aeolian Islands

Sicilian adventures on the way to Palermo, Taormina, Syracuse, Messina and the Aeolian Islands

1 gallery with 96 photos

Updated: Jul 13, 2010 3:52pm PST

The Loneliness of Beauty

Tranquillity in the mountainous heart of the Lake District 'Salzkammergut', Grünau im Almtal

1 gallery with 147 photos

Updated: Jul 18, 2010 4:11pm PST

Vedi Napoli e poi muori

'See Napoli and die' the excitement of southern Italy, experienced in Napoli, Capri and Ischia

1 gallery with 142 photos

Updated: Jul 07, 2010 6:04pm PST

Vienna is Different

The historic background, lifestyle and culture lets distinguish Vienna with a varied vision

1 gallery with 91 photos

Updated: Jun 30, 2010 6:13pm PST

Queen Mary's Gardens is located inside the Inner Circle of Regent’s Park (within the boundaries of the City of Westminster and the London borough of Camden) and was created in the 1930th, bringing that part of the park into use by the general public for the first time. The site had originally been used as a plant nursery and had later been leased to the Royal Botanic Society. There are still some of the original pear trees in the gardens which supplied fruit to the London Market in the early 1800th. But Queen Mary's Gardens is maybe most Famous for its beautiful rose gardens with almost every rose in existence and the beautiful Triton Fountain. The outstanding beauty and the huge variety of roses have inspired the photographer A. G. Jacob, encouraged by his enthusiasm for the loveliness of nature, to observe with his camera from 1995 until 1997 the magnificence of the Queen of flowers and thus gave birth to the collection English Roses consisting of more than 300 rose portraits. The public areas of Regent's Park are managed by The Royal Parks, a government agency. The Crown Estate owns (since Henry VIII 1491-1547) the freehold of Regent's Park. Within the gardens stands Mary Queen of Scots House, a museum and visitor centre, refurbished in 1987 - the 400th anniversary of the death of Mary Stuart (1542-1587), which tells the story of the life of the tragic queen.
The Photographer expresses his utmost admiration and his thorough gratefulness to the Management, staff and each individual gardener of The Royal Parks and its subsidiaries for preserving and facilitating the Queen of flowers at Regent’s Park to its unprecedented high standard of prettiness.
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