Big, beautiful old trees are abundant in St. James’s Park in central London, UK. The climate here is more moderate than in London, Ontario with many trees still with their leaves. This park is the oldest Royal Park in London and is home to ducks, swans, geese and lots of other birds. I will post a variety of images I took on my trip in the coming weeks.
© Sheila Creighton 2022
I know this park so well Sheila, and the whole neighbourhood. It’s where I worked for forty years. I hope you have really enjoyed your trip.
Wow – that’s amazing, John! It is definitely the heart of the city and so full of life. It must have been an interesting life. I definitely enjoyed my trip. 🙂