Swans, like most birds, have that maniacal glint in their eyes that hint at wondrous misadventures. This swan lives on the Serpentine in Hyde Park, a lake named for it’s abundance of bread-feeding tourists. Hidden behind a metal camera and feeling somewhat cavalier towards the … Continue reading Swan Drop
What’s not to like about a flower that looks like the Universe forming?
I wasn’t expecting much for a University church place, but this was pretty spectacular.
Running underneath Euston Road is this secret tunnel that joins one private part of Regent’s Park to another. Apparently it was used by the folk who lived in the nearby fancy houses, and who wanted their children to play in the park, but didn’t want them … Continue reading Nursemaids’ Tunnel
The fancy looking house and grounds just seen in Hazy Lake is owned by an Saudi Arabian prince and is called The Holme (incidentally not far from 221b Baker Street, home of Sherlock Holmes, but probably unrelated). From what I’ve read on the internet (the one true source … Continue reading Holme’s Lily
This is the spot where I always stop when having a walk in the park.
I imagine this is what the neurons in my brain look like when thinking of lunch.