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
Just over a year ago I was enjoying the cherry blossoms in Japan. Although not quite as extensive here in London, they’re still nice.
A very welcome sight after a drearily grey winter.
There was a pro-Europe march in London this weekend. My favourite sign is the one held by the boys in the middle picture: free biscuits!
I’ve never eaten here but it seems an interesting place, and is reached by a bridge in a corner of Regent’s Canal near Camden.
It seems painting is more dangerous then you would expect – this person is covered in paint in places that seem unrelated to a seemingly peaceful occupation.
These two are either deep in discussion or enjoying an awkward silence, as they head into the mist.
Behind Westminster Abbey is an old school. You can enter it through a courtyard, for free, and explore parts of the abbey that aren’t actually inside.
Everything is nicely coated, just like a cornflake.