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Colour In Brockwell Park


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The Lungs Of The City

  Something I admire immensely about London is the beautiful balance that has been achieved between city and nature. It’s a wonderful achievement and such a gift. While walking through a ┬ápark I came upon this scene which I felt … Continue reading

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A Newspaper

It always fascinates me how the great universal stories of our world are condensed in to a few sheets of paper, and then quietly read in the most small, diverse and ordinary of places. I shot this in Hyde Park … Continue reading

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A Glorious Past

Every day my morning walk takes me past this old tree in a beautiful park. It stands there lifeless, rooted, dignified and mute. No more speaking through rustling leaves or creaking branches. No more life-giving sap running through its veins, … Continue reading

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London – Enchanted Moments

Certain places can only be described as being filled with enchantment. Although no human presence fills the space, a subtle unseen presence is felt and perceived. I’m always deeply moved by moments and places like these. It’s as if another … Continue reading

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London – Regent’s Park

Yesterday we visited Regent’s park, a favourite haunt of ours. On the dissolution of the monasteries (1536-40), Henry VIII acquired the Manor of Tyburn and created a hunting ground, Marylebone Park, which covered almost the same area as the 400 … Continue reading

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