I think people sometimes assume when you tell them you live in London that you probably don’t have much access to green space. Well, we live 10 minutes from Waterloo and Victoria, but close to the most fabulous green spaces.
In fact, on a Sunday morning, when all you can hear is the sound of church bells, cricket matches and ducks, you could almost imagine you were in the country.
*This is my entry for The Gallery – the theme this week is ‘Morning’.
We lived in SW London for 5 years and were constantly finding new green spaces (even hidden below the M4). Still miss them (even though we’re now on the west coast of Canada). Beautiful shots.
I love the little gems you can find in London and you have certainly done a good job at capturing them x
How lovely 🙂
I tend to think of Lindon as a convere kind of city I must admit! Gorgeous greenery photo x
Beautiful pictures. We too live close to both the city and the green spaces. Nothing like it 🙂
Lovely photos – I love the green areas in London too like Richmond Park and Regent’s Park in particular.
Absolutely beautiful photos and definitely not the kind of scenery I’d expect to come across in London!
Beautiful. Hard to believe you are so close to London. x
what lovely pictures – I think London has an awful lot more green space than folk realise!
Amazing. You’re right, I always think of traffic and noise when I think of the big Smoke. Lovely green spaces, makes all the difference.
wow you’d never know that the pics were taking in London, lovely x
Beautiful pics. The parks are always so quiet first thing on a Sunday morning too, it’s glorious.
I love the tree lined path photo 🙂