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Westonbirt Arboretum

November 29, 2016
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Autumn Special: The Thousand Colours of Westonbirt Arboretum

Every time autumn starts to kick in and the trees become colourful I instantly feel the urge to go out and take some photos. OK, this isn’t completely true. I am constantly suffering because of this shooting urge, which makes … Continue reading

Sydenham Hill Wood

August 5, 2016
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The Lost Railway of Sydenham Hill Wood

Despite the fact that the “Tired of London, Tired of Life” book schedules the Sydenham Hill Wood walk for the end of April, we thought that a cold, grey, rainy day in February will be just as good for it. Both … Continue reading

Kew Gardens Bluebells

May 10, 2016
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Spring Special: Bluebell Carpets in Kew Gardens

Yes, it is spring, and it is warm, and it is sunny. And it is bluebell season. 🙂 Last week I spent quite a while googling the best spot in or very close to London, where we can see the … Continue reading

February 1, 2016
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Wildlife Spotting: The Deer of Richmond Park

Every time I mentioned that I would really like to go to Richmond, Will’s answer was constantly pushing the limits of my non existing patience: ‘even though Richmond is stunning all year long, the very first time you see it … Continue reading

Highclere Castle

November 26, 2015
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The Dream Day of a Downton Fan

Despite the fact that I am a serious castle maniac, I wasn’t aware of the existence of Highclere Castle for a very long time. Then, a few years ago I discovered this show entitled Downton Abbey, and I managed to … Continue reading

August 1, 2015
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Wildlife Spotting: Peacocks

Despite the fact that Holland Park is considered to be West-London’s most peaceful park, for an embarrassingly long time I didn’t even realise it’s there. Then one weekend I decided to explore a park I haven’t been to before, and … Continue reading