A Walk in the Park

So the weather in September has been a little bit odd to say the least. Yesterday OH and I went for a walk to look at the start of the autumn colour but the temperature was a barmy 25c - the average for the time of year is 19c.

So yesterday's walk started in St James' Park and ended up in South Kensington via Green Park and Hyde Park.

In St James' there was an amazing outside exhibitions of images linked with the First World War. 
It was an incredible set of stunning images which were of landscapes taken now but played their part in the conflict 100 years ago. 
St James' was in full bloom as you can see with Whitehall in the background. 

The reflections in the lake in St James were so vibrant 
As were the flowers

And look - a pineapple - very random! 
There were many, many people feeding the birds in the parks which created a bit of rugby scrum at times. Just look at these pigeons battling it out! 
As you can see autumn was starting to make it's mark 
Even down the Mall  entering into Green Park 

We're now in Hyde Park where there were so many roller skaters and cyclists out enjoying the sunshine
But also lots of wildlife trying to look their best 

Or just bobbing about on the water
But my favourite thing about this time of the year is the colour. The walk certainly put a spring our step, am hoping the colours stay a little longer until we enter the long winter months! 

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