Back in September I had the pleasure of attending and photographing a wedding in the Dordogne Region of France. It was a beautiful place and a fantastic day. Here are a few of my favourite photos. Enjoy…
I’m been meaning to post these for a while. I walk through St James’s Park most mornings to go to work and managed to get some detailed photos of some of the flora and fauna in between all the rain we have been having. Enjoy.
On the same day I went to visit Port Lympne Zoo (see previous post) I took the opportunity to visit the unusual landscape at Dungeness on the Kent Coast Line.
We finally got some good weather this weekend and so headed to the Wildlife Park Port Lympne owned by the Aspinall Foundation in Kent. It was a great day out, and really enjoyed seeing the animals lazing in the sun, I guess they were pleased to have some rest bite from the rain too.
I had the opportunity to watch the Royal procession to the Houses of Parliament for State Opening today. It was great to see an age old tradition first hand.
Today we had the pleasure of waking up to a blanket of snow, covering most of London this morning. So we grabbed our walking boots and as many layers of clothing we could physically put on and headed out for a long walk (3 hours, to be precise) on Hampstead Heath. It was a fantastic day and the snow was a perfect powder texture, here are a few favourite photos, enjoy.
Credit: Matt and Tim and their amazing snowman.