R.I.P Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II – 1926-2022. Images by Jason Florio

A portrait of Queen Elizabeth the second, in a window on a street next to Windsor Castle the day following her death. People flocked to Windsor to pay their respects and leave flowers next to the castle gates. Image ©Jason Florio

RIP Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, 21 April, 1926-8 September 2022. On the day following the announcement of her death, people flocked to Windsor to leave flowers and pay their respects, at the gates of Windsor Castle. Queen Elizabeth II, the UK’s longest-serving monarch, died at Balmoral Castle aged 96, after reigning for 70 years.

On the day following the announcement of the death of Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom, a young boy lays a bouquet of flowers at the gate of Windsor Castle. People have flowcked to Windsor to leave flowers and pay their respects. Image © Jason Florio
a young boy lays a bouquet of flowers at the gate of Windsor Castle. People have flocked to Windsor to leave flowers and pay their respects. Image ©Jason Florio


I have not lived in the UK for over 35 years, but today (9th September 2022) in Windsor I felt a deep connection to the land of my birth as people of all creeds come together to honour the memory of HRH. Jason Florio – photographer & filmmaker

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