London mourns Queen Elizabeth: A photojournalism perspective

A second in time.

The passing of a queen, the one monarch many have ever recognized.

The UK mourns the passing of Queen Elizabeth II with reverence, unhappiness and naturally, British pageantry.

Marcus Yam is on the bottom in London to deliver a visible perspective as England says goodbye to the queen.

Buckingham Palace

Palace guards march in formation after the arrival of Queen Elizabeth II’s hearse at Buckingham Palace.

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Rain pours however doesn’t deter.

Hair pushed apart, faces glimmer moist. Somebody yelled, “Long love the queen!”

A woman in glasses peers past people holding umbrellas.

A lady appears to be like on after Queen Elizabeth II’s hearse arrives Tuesday at Buckingham Palace.

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Digital camera flash sparkles the scene. Correct applause


A woman and girl stand on a wet road near a barricade.

Chloe Charlton, 8, and her mom, Rachael, traveled from York to look at the funeral occasions for Queen Elizabeth II.

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A hearse bearing the late Queen Elizabeth II arrives.

Two people stand with a candle by a pile of flower bouquets under a tree.

A rising memorial for Queen Elizabeth II at Inexperienced Park in London.

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