Southampton Parish, Bermuda
N 32° 15.180 W 064° 50.070
Queen Elizabeth II returns to Bermuda and revisits the view she made famous.
Queen Elizabeth II arrived in Bermuda on February 16, 1975 on the first leg of a Caribbean and Mexican tour. During her stay she returned to the spot, now called Queen’s View beneath Gibbs House Lighthouse, where she had stopped to admire the view over the Great Sound during her 1953 visit following her coronation. This event is depicted on Bermuda - Scott #347.
This is indeed a pretty view looking north across the Grand Sound to beyond King's Wharf. The target here would be a picture of the view, since it would be highly unlikely that the Queen would also be present when you visit this spot.
A viewing platform has a medallion with the profile of Queen Elizabeth II and a plaque which is inscribed:
ON THIS SPOT HER MAJESTY
QUEEN ELIZABETH II
PAUSED FOR A WHILE TO ADMIRE
WEDNESDAY THE 24TH NOVEMBER 1993
The stamp was issued by Bermuda in 1977 to Commemorate the 25th anniversary of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.