Monday, 17 May 2010

Close to nature.

Few days ago we went to Richmond Park, the largest park in London and one of my favourite places here. I think it's a great place for family day out and if you're tired with busy city life it's so easy to regain your peace and inner balance there. We had the chance to observe young deer (little G. got really excited about them) and we went to see Isabella Plantation-that actually was the main reason of our visit to Richmond Park and I'm going to do a separate post about it , as I took hundreds of photos... you know, addicted to flowers, addicted to macro... For now, I wanted to share the beauty of Richmond Park...














6 comments:

  1. Hi Kasia! You chose a beautiful spot for a day out. Glad to know you are still taking lots of photos. Hope all is well with you and your family. Baci.

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  2. That looks like such a beautiful park! I can't beleive it's in London! You photo's are so beautiful, I especially love the ones of the deer. I have never been so close to deer before. We miss you dearly and hope you are having a great time!xoxo

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  3. The green shades in your photos are so rich, they look lovely! I love Richmond Park too but hardly ever go there because I live at the opposite end of London. Hope you're enjoying your stay in London

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  4. How lovely! Dublin has a park like this with wild deer.

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  5. great shots ... this place looks so quiet and peaceful

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  6. Oh those trees and the shadows on the path... this place is like a sweet dream come true. Thanks for sharing your photos :^)

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