With the clocks going back, autumn is now well and truly upon us.
Yesterday, I took a walk around two central London parks on a sunny afternoon to photograph the changing colours of the season.
Compared to the hordes of tourists trampling through St James’s Park, Green Park was an oasis of tranquillity, and proved a far more pleasant place to amble around and pamper life’s complexities.
Here’s some photos from my stroll around the park.
Back to back.
A chat on an old log.
Walkers in the park.
The last few leaves.
Gas lamp and fallen leaves, Green Park.
Walking over to the adjacent St James’s Park.
Reds, yellows and browns of autumn in St James’s Park, London.
Packed up deckchairs and a low autumn sun.
Chat about London on the forum.
Question of the day: exactly when does Autumn start in the UK?