A September Morning in Regent's Park


I admit it. 
I do like to seek out those places in the city 
where I feel that I have it all to myself.
Is that possible in a city like London?
I do cheat a bit...it is all in the angle of the shot.
But there are times when I really and truly am one of few.

St. Regent's Park (west side)
17 September, 2010
9:15 am



Heading towards a lovely afternoon in St. John's Wood

images~me




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10 comments:

  1. Lovely photos Jeanne - looks like a perfect London autumn day. Belated happy birthday wishes - sorry I was away and missed it! Hope you are enjoying your new birthday presents and had a great weekend....x

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  2. Ah, wonderful!
    The only place I would want to live in London now is Primrose Hill (this is a pipe dream though). Maybe it is something to do with little through traffic, a slight funkiness, not far from frenetic Camden Town and peaceful Regent's Park, great public transport...

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  3. "My mother she's an heiress in the blocks of St. Johns wood" sing the Rolling Stones (in "My sweet lady Jane").
    Your pictures are so beautiful - and show that it is possible to concentrate and blend out the hustle and bustle of a great town. A very valuable asset - and I train it for our move to Berlin (I enjoy seeing lots of people, but I enjoy solitude as well).

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  4. What a beautiful place to spend a lovely day! Enjoy the day, Kellie xx

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  5. Lovely photos :-)

    I always find it a challenge in busy places not to get my photos cluttered with people. It can be frustrating, but I do have a little fun with that ;-)

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  6. I have just tagged you in my latest post, to ask you a few fun questions. only answer if you feel like it!xx

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  7. Wow! - I left London in January to live in the Norfolk countryside and I haven't looked back...until now! Your photographs of London are simply divine - thank you! x

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  8. Very nice shots and a wonderful place to spend some time.

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  9. Ah Jeanne methinks you are getting rather fond of this area - a move perhaps in your mind??!!! Lovely photographs as ever. xx

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