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
I forgot what this was called, but it was seen at Kew Gardens.
This was taken a while ago but I particularly liked this yellow dragon dancing through the streets of London. Afterwards I watched another dragon attack a cabbage as it dangled from a shop door while onlookers pretended not to notice. You see something new everyday.
There’s always interesting things to see in the Regent’s Park Frieze Art show.
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A meal at Barbary is probably one of the best things I’ve eaten this year. The beetroot was the only thing I took a picture of as I was too busy eating everything else after that.
A lonely rowing boat on the Thames at Richmond.
There are a lot of balls. They’re stacked together. It’s a thing.
This stuff was forming tumbleweeds.
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