Although we are now back, safe and sound, at home, I had to dedicate an entire post to the experience of springtime in London. I was surprised by the cold gray that still inhabited the spring of late March across the pond. But what beautiful flowers, gardens, ponds, lakes, and green everywhere. Here is series of photos that I wanted to share which really whispered *spring* to me.
If anyone knows what kind of scraggly bush that is in the dusk of the last picture, I'd love to know. What a beautiful, if abnormally twisted, fascination it was to us at the Diana Memorial Playground.
Those swans are so beautiful! All your pictures are. I'm glad you had such a great time in London.ReplyDelete
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It looks like your family has been enjoying a fabulous time together! Have a wonderful Easter weekend Joy!
is it a tree? it might be a type of willow tree. My dad has one, a curly willow or something? Anyway, glad you're back safe & sound! I hope it doesn't take too long to shake the jet lag...ReplyDelete
So glad you all got back safely and had a lovely trip. The pictures are just beautiful.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing those Joy... I love playing virtual tourist when I can't do the real thing. Glad you're home safe and sound!ReplyDelete
Spring time in England, so nice! Glad you made it safely home!!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing all these lovely photos with us:)
I enjoyed following your trip to London, glad you had a good time, It's a shame that Spring has been a bit late here in England this year, but you packed so much in.ReplyDelete
I can also help you with the bush as we have one in our garden too - it's a Corkscrew Hazel (Corylus contorta)
Lovely pics! Cant wait to see what caughtyour interest at the Steiner bookstore. Here's hoping the jetlag doesn't play toomuch havoc! Thanks for sharing your trip... It helps with my own plans for a child freindly tripReplyDelete
Beautiful shots. I love the last one...the scraggly bush!ReplyDelete