Last time it was the Daily Mail. This time it’s the Sunday Times, here in the UK. Cody looking ripped, as she monsters her way up Broomfield Hill in Richmond Park…
A billion yellow meadow ants in Richmond Park were witness to a wonderful sunset this evening.
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To all my friends and family, both here in the UK and around the world, Spring is nearly here.
If you are still in lockdown, like we all are here in the UK, hang on in there!
On days like this it’s easy to forget that I live in London. A walk or a run in Richmond Park is a privilege that I never take for granted. It has been an Eden for our family since the global pandemic began.
Up at the crack of sparrows’ this morning. “The mist has descended over Richmond Park” and according to Joanna. “We must get up there now!”
Well, we were looking for mist, and mist we found…
If you make the effort and walk just a little further along the path, just a little deeper into the the trail, the sound of the people, clustering along the Azalea paths, by Thomson’s Stream, begin to recede
On our many walks amongst the trees we often stumble across a tree that is slowly returning to the soil. Most of these appear bedraggled and beaten. This tree has been pollarded by the rangers, I suspect for safety reasons.
When viewed from the trail it reminded me of a falcon’s talon, not sad and beaten, but strong, with presence and with purpose.
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This shot sums up the current weather in South West London. Changing by the minute. Stormy day, with sun peaking through.
This chap was not happy about us approaching. I’ve since read up about Red Deer to find out that they are in fact Britain’s largest Mammal. At this time of year they are pumped full of testosterone and take no prisoners!
This weekend Jo and I went for a walk through the centre of the park and happened upon various stags, protecting groups of hinds. As it is rutting season, we are extra cautious, as are most others, as we walk across the grasslands and and through the woods.
Jo and I were taking an autumn stroll in Richmond Park this afternoon. It was very changeable weather, with the afternoon sun in and out, and the rain stopping and starting. We happened upon this delightful trio of huge mushrooms. I’m not a specialist, so I can’t tell you what variety they are, but they were about 30cm high.
I thought you might like to see a snap from our walk in the park last Sunday. The early autumn has just started to turn the leaves brown as the sun peeked through the branches and the young deer were feeding in the shade of the oak.
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