Hold on to your hats, it’s another Autumn picture in Regent’s Park!
That means more greens, browns, and yellows, on a muddy day. It’s been so wet recently that even the trees are green.
Swap out the tour group for a bunch of kids and flying carpets, and you’ve recreated Harry Potter.
I think that’s what happens in Harry Potter, right? I’m too much of a book snob to have read the book or seen the movie, but it’s what I imagine Harry Potter would look like.
This is the dining hall in Balliol College in Oxford.
Tucked away in Regents Park is this secret garden. I say secret, but really I just didn’t realise it existed and somebody should have told me sooner. That kind of secret.
It’s a quiet place with lots of private places to sit and contemplate about how you don’t live here, and why people don’t tell you things sooner. I like it.
Sunny autumn days are amongst my favourite. They’ve not yet reached the stage where you can include the word ‘crisp’, but it’s getting there. Sunny crisp autumn days are the best.
These reeds are both soft and spiky, and almost dream-like. If I were to dream of reeds then these are the kind I’d have.
Undoubtedly I’ll find out that they aren’t reeds at all, and then I’ll have to remove them from my dreams.