The weather may be pretty erratic at the moment today in London but it wasn’t so long ago that it was gorgeous sunshine. When I went to see the Jurassic Kingdom exhibition I saw the wonderful trees, gorgeous Middle Lake and wide-open space within Osterley Park, so just had to take some photographs to share with you.
I took these both on the same day when at Victoria Park by Bethnal Green. I couldn’t decide which one to pick, so decided to include them both.
Even in a place as busy as London, there are times when it can feel that the city is all yours.
I just had to add this dazzling extra photo from the Winter Lights exhibition in Canary Wharf.
Three different versions of a Charlotte’s web.
10 years after the original series, Planet Earth II has been released, mesmerising viewers with its extraordinary landscape views and detailed insights into animal life. Narrated by legendary broadcaster and famous naturalist Sir David Attenborough, it is expected to garner as much acclaim as its original, which was five years in the making. Below are eight different photographs taken from the Islands, Deserts, Jungles and Mountains categories.
Birds get cold too! This kit of pigeons (and their shadows) gathered together and just had to be taken.
A view from the Millennium Bridge on the River Thames. In the distance you can see the Shard and Tower Bridge. The reflected orange lights added so much.
I was out in Statford in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and saw the opportunity to take this shot of a fountain.