The wonderful Iris in its brief splendour.
The last of the Cherry Blossom in Regent’s Park, London on a chilly Sprinter’s day.
This week’s walk through the Kent countryside involved a three mile stretch along the Royal Military Canal built at the beginning of the 19th century as a defence against possible invasion. However, the threat from Napoleon and his armies had … Continue reading →
On Saturday some friends and I joined the Greensand Way for a 4 mile walk near the village of Pluckley in Kent. Pluckley is said to be the most haunted village in Britain although I think you’d have to spend … Continue reading →
Spring was gently doing its bit for the flora and fauna when suddenly summer popped its head around the door. The combination was an electric week of sunshine and freshness in London that showed off the new growth in a … Continue reading →
Siesta time in Regent’s Park for these three. Not totally oblivious to the surrounding humans but not really interested in them either. Regent’s Park Birds has extensive galleries of birds and waterfowl found in the park.
If I had to answer the question “when were you happiest?”, the answer would be “every year about this time”. Spring has that effect on me and I can’t let the week go by without a spring picture. There were … Continue reading →