Autumn is one of my favourite seasons of the year. After the (sometimes) hot summer days I enjoy a return to crisp fresh air.
The parks can be particularly beautiful. Many of the trees turn from green to yellow and brown; and countless other shades.
autumn 2014, green park, london
It’s a beautiful time to go for a walk with a friend.
autumn 2014, leaves, green park
If you visit the park at the right time when the sun is lower in the sky, not only will you see all the shades of colour, but also the beautiful contrast created from the shadows created by the shapes of the leaves.
autumn 2015, hyde park, gloomy day london
Unfortunately londons regularly gloomy sky can make things look a little flat. And poor deck chairs are at their loneliest, not yet inside for the winter, but no one wants to be with them.
autumn 2015, marylebone, london
Even the smallish squares around the city can be spectacularly beautiful.
autumn 2015, serpentine, hyde park, london
Might be getting chilly, but nothing will stop londoners trying to be romantic.
autumn 2015, regent park, london
Make sure to get some autumn walks in before going into winter hibernation!