I miss London!!

Mrs Apis Mellifera

The sun is playful in October. It races across the sky low and bright catching fire to vibrant colours, then hides behind mists and raindrops teasing the day with soft light and vivid tones.

Autumn is a fleeting time of year and so I have enjoyed lunch time walks in Regent’s Park, which has been the perfect canvas for the tantalising display of colour and light.

The days started with golden sunshine, leaves on fire and sparkling fountains…

Gloomy clouds arrived bringing overcast light and saturated autumn colours…

Then the mists fell upon wet leaves capturing spectacular hues, waterfalls and reflections…

Light played with raindrops in the dying rose garden and mists wreathed fading flowers…

I hope you are enjoying autumn as much as I have been!

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If you would like to visit or find out more about Regent’s Park, visit the website of the royal parks.

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4 thoughts on “

  1. Emily Heath says:

    If it helps, the rain is coming down hard now, and trust me it is cold rain!

  2. Thank you for reblogging! Emily is right though – freezing rain tonight! Ice drops! 🙂

  3. RachelRachel says:

    Next time you visit London, it is my turn to take YOU out to lunch and I can give you a bottle of my homemade sloe gin to try in thank for your gorgeous honey!

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