I've been involved in a couple of writing projects, but have been getting out and about in London too over the past week, including another cycle through Regent's Park. We've had a really spectacular autumn display this year, with the beeches even redder than before
with various types of wildlife in evidence, particularly squirrels of course. I know they're pests but I do love to look at them flitting around so gracefully. I turned to find this one examining me closely.
A peaceful scene here, as a narrow boat chugged quietly along the Regent's Canal.
Today, I noticed that most of the leaves have fallen. I snapped these, twinkling gold against the blue sky.
I never tire of walking (or cycling) around London, there are always things to see, and often you come across something by chance. Five minutes later and I would have missed this scene. The lady in silver was quite goose-pimpled close up!
Here she is a few minutes later trying to get warm. But who on earth is that behind her?
This gent was sitting happily by himself with a traffic cone which made a very good megaphone. He was singing old music hall songs and seemed most contented. The sound's terrible but he's singing "Maybe it's Because I'm a Londoner"
Cycling back, the fountains in the park looked delightfully creepy. This one reminded me of a veiled ghostly figure. I like London parks at night, they seem to have quite a different character from how they are in the day.