This tree hug was found in Regent’s Park. Apparently it’s yarnbombing, and this particular one was done by hikmetey, a Turkish yarnbomber. It’s cleverly attached with fishing line. The last time I came across something like this was in Iceland, but I just assumed the tree’s … Continue reading Tree Hug
There’s always interesting things to see in the Regent’s Park Frieze Art show.
There are a lot of balls. They’re stacked together. It’s a thing.
This stuff was forming tumbleweeds.
Fun in a video game kind of way. My favourite part is the grass under the feet looking like fluffy shoes.
I think it’s a baby moorhen.
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.
A black swan acts as ice breaker for the ducks.