Living in London...


While living in Surrey is lovely 
there is something about living in a city that is so alluring.
The ability to pop in and out, with the city at your doorstep, 
would be my reason to move.
I love the neighbourhoods and wandering the streets... 
looking for little touches of home.
You never have to go far to spot a beautiful 
green topiary or a burst of colour.
A little treat tucked away here and there. 
It is all so inviting....lovely London :)








Photographs by Jeanne Henriques

11 comments:

  1. Lovely images Jeanne, ooh they are making me feel very nostalgic for London, never mind, I will be coming to London for a few day's this Summer.

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  2. Lovely photos Jeanne....I know just where you were.xv

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  3. These look so lovely and Spring is on its way too!! Fantastic... Hope you are having a great weekend x

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  4. wonderful shots of London -- where were you? That garden shop looks incredible... I want to visit!

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  5. I was expecting London to be a big, scary city and was surprised to find just what you describe. I landed with trepidation and then didn't want to leave. Don't get me started on book shops.

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  6. Gorgeous shots Jeanne! You DO make me want to go to London even more!
    Have a wonderful weekend!
    Best,
    Stephanie

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  7. Holly....many thanks, most of the shots were taken in and around Sloane Square and the Pimlico/Belgravia side of town. The park shot is in Hyde Park. The garden shop is Daylesford Organic on Pimlico Road...worth a vist if you can get to it. There are two on Pimlico Road...be sure to stop in at both. Definitely worth it!!

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  8. Thank you one and all for your comments...always nice to hear from you :)

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  9. John Sandoe's!!!! My favourite bookshop! The hotel I usually stay in is just around the corner.... The Draycott! Oh, you've made me soooo hungry for London today!

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  10. Yes, I know what you mean about Surrey vs London. Every time I was hanging around at Waterloo late in the evening waiting for a train home, I fantasised how nice it would be to live somewhere on a tube line instead :)

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  11. Gorgeous pictures and a beautiful blog. Travelling

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