A particularly complicated and ingenious water feature at Hatfield House. The water ran down the metal troughs, causing it to sink down until steam starts to appear beneath, and then there’s an explosion and a giant gold ball erupts from the pool. It’s probably symbolic … Continue reading Hatfield Water
You really can’t get much more dramatic for a golf course. Note to anyone reading: I didn’t golf.
A fancy kind of place. Shame you weren’t allowed anywhere near this area.
Fun in a video game kind of way. My favourite part is the grass under the feet looking like fluffy shoes.
A little dark admittedly, but when I happened to wander in Golder’s Hill park I found they have deer roaming about.
These things are amazing up close.
You know when you’ve eaten a bar of something and you’re left with the foil wrapper and you’re bored and find yourself fiddling with that wrapper and it’s amazing what idle hands can produce. Seen at Regent’s Park Frieze exhibition.
I think it’s a baby moorhen.
One of those strange weather moments when the clouds darken in the distance, but the sun shines nearby. Looking at Primrose Hill
Somewhere in Cambridge is a long curved road of houses.