A little dark admittedly, but when I happened to wander in Golder’s Hill park I found they have deer roaming about.
It’s a beautiful day for sitting in the park and having a quiet chat.
The early bird may catch the worm, but if you wait too long you’ll just catch cobwebs. Found guarding a lake in Regent’s Park.
This was a really nice park on the edge of Shantou. I think it was recently restored as there were very few people there.
Seen on the park keepers office in shi pao tai, Shantou, China.
This area seem peaceful, even on an insanely busy day in the park.
There are lots of these in Regent’s Park, and they stand perfectly still making them easy to photo.
Regent’s Park is covered in daisies and sunbathers.
This sign in Holland Park caught my eye and a bit of searching later revealed it to be about Samuel Rogers, a once famous and now forgotten poet. Rogers was one of those figures who loom very large in their time, less for what they … Continue reading Here Rogers Sat