Between Regent’s Park and Little Venice is a section of canal that is home to a small community. You can walk along the path during the daytime and enjoy the eclectic bric-a-brac along the way.
This is an adventurous duck in search of treasure.
The recent warmth brought the crowds to Regent’s Park, but it’s still possible to find a quiet corner.
The Heron Tower is one of the few places in London where you can look down on the Gherkin. It also hosts a pretty snazzy restaurant.
Seen across the road from Maida Vale tube station.
While walking to a bus stop on Gloucester Place I was amazed to see my name (excepting the middle one) on a blue plaque.
Doing just about the most touristy thing possible in Dublin.
Despite the terribly gloomy weather in London, I decided to have a walk around Regent’s Park. The walk started off with nice bright skies, but by the time I was half-way round, the apocalypse was seen quickly approaching in the distance. I did not make it back unscathed.
Note that, apart from some white balancing, this is straight from the camera. Scary.